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The Mysteries Of The LIfe Of Christ Our Lord Palm Sunday, The Spiritual Exercises Of St. Ignatius Of Loyola

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The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, [1914] First Point. First: The Lord sends for the ass and the foal, saying: "Loose them and bring them to Me, and if any one shall say anything to you, say ye that the Lord hath need of them, and forthwith he will let them go." Second Point. Second: He mounted upon the ass, which was covered with the garments of the Apostles. Third Point. Third: They went out to receive Him, strewing in the way their garments and the branches of the trees, saying: "`Save us, Son of David, blessed is He that cometh in the name of the Lord: Save us in the heights!'"

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1 Sara Di Diego = "This video explains how St. Ignatius' Spiritual Exercises were about captivating and exercising one's imagination.Work Cited:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLQOJ5x5ftU"
2 Sara Di Diego = "St. Ignatius of Loyola founded the Jesuits, or Society of Jesus, which was responsible for spreading education across Europe before Bibles were available in the vernacular.  Thus they were a huge component of the public thirst for the opportunity to read the Bible and understand it, and thus helped the Reformation gain such momentum in the 16th century."