Shortly thereafter, Loyola sets out to follow in the bare footsteps of St. As Loyola does with others throughout the film, he asks her to use her imagination — to see Jesus sitting in a chair in her room. Saint Alphonsus of Liguori talks about the fewness of the saved. I found myself crying as Iñigo is forced to limp with a cane, when once he strutted proudly on his own two feet. Andreas became known on the international stage through his work at Disney Channel Spain. And if you love the saints, you should watch this masterpiece of mercy, Ignatius of Loyola.
If you are a Catholic who seeks to know more about spiritual warfare or evangelization, watch this movie. The story of Loyola, a Spanish nobleman, broken by war, who goes on to found the Society of Jesus, is like many true tales of conversion: from Augustine to Merton, but especially St. Later this spring it will be available for general sale at our website, , as well as through local Catholic bookstores. Unlike some Catholic movies, the writing and story are superb, and the actors deliver their lines passionately. One scene in Silence points to the real difference between those who suffer for Christ and those who apostatize.
No taxes, no hard work. After investigations and two public inquests, she is charged with murder. Many other Catholics went too far. You can see more of her work on her own blog, Surrender the Brownies, and on the New Catholic Generation youtube channel, where she is regularly a guest. Every jesuit is a spy, 99% of spies are freemasons, Jesuits are Freemasonry inside the Roman Catholic Church. Ignatius places his own desire for glory over the lives of human beings.
Fighting against France during the siege of Pamplona in 1521, Íñigo was struck by a cannonball; his right leg was shattered completely. When I read Silence, I immediately placed it in a line of Catholic novels that I thought of as reactionary. The more violent the movies, the higher the chance they've been funded by jesuits. If you want a review in just a few words, then here it is: drop everything and watch this movie. It is an incisive and thrilling look at the life of the real man behind the legend. And that sequel will happen, I suspect, if enough people see this film.
Anthony Ryan: The first step would be to secure a venue—a theater or theater-like auditorium with comfortable seating and quality video and audio system. Ignatius came to our school!!! A Filipino production shot in Spain and the Philippines, the film chronicles his valiant but futile defense at the Battle of Pamplona, his struggles with depression and near-suicide, his trial before the Inquisition, and his ultimate vindication. Mario De La Rosa Calixto Mario de la Rosa began training as an actor well into his thirties. He was brought to the palace by nobleman Pan-Soo Ma Dong-Seok who first spotted his talent. Anthony Ryan: Periodically, a remarkable Catholic film is produced that begs to be shown in a theater. Looked at another way, they put a halo over the messiness and a dark cloud over the faith.
He serves the sick and dying in a hospital in Manresa, Spain, and he lives many months in a cave — torturing himself and being tempted by a devil also played by Mr. As the story unfolds, we see Loyola writing — a journal of his life that would form the basis of his autobiography and his Spiritual Exercises. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order. One goes into the fire of conversion and emerges through the baptism of new life. Francis of Assisi before him and Charles de Foucauld after, who were also soldiers for whom the deep wounds of war led to a deeper conviction to serve Christ.
The case attracts a lot of attention, turning it into a media sideshow. In his lifelong quest to become the heroic knight of his fantasies, Ignatius stares death in the face again and again, having his leg shattered by a cannonball in battle; driven to near suicide by his inner demons; finding himself imprisoned, accused of being an illuminati; and finally finding his life in the hands of the Inquisition. This incredible film was produced by Jesuit Communications JesCom , the media branch of the Society of Jesus in the Philippines. His mind began to turn away from worldly valor to spiritual chivalry. He desired to bring others to conversion, to serve Christ and he especially wanted to convert non-Christians. Site license forms are available on the website or by contacting Diane Hanson.
Francis of Assisi how he could possibly love the poor and the sick. Iñigo is selfish and vain. Produced by Jesuit Communications Philippines JesCom , Ignatius of Loyola was shot on location over two months in Spain. Francis Xavier and his other companions, and begin the Society of Jesus. Muñoz that makes these scenes and, indeed, the whole of the movie work so well — makes it gel.
Step in Zoe, a free spirited taxi driver with a large hart and persuasive disposition. Thank you for your generosity! Ignatius Press is making the movie available for sponsored theatrical screenings by any Catholic organization. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order. A modern and very human take on the story of St. . Nearly dying from his battle injuries, the film chronicles his torturous struggle to turn from darkness to light—a struggle that nearly destroyed him, but also gave him the key to a spiritual weapon that continues to save lives today. Iñigo almost does not want to defend himself to the inquisitors; he sees martyrdom as a glorious and worthy end.
Having lost the love of his life and haunted by the death of a woman in a terrible car accident a year ago, he is desolate and suicidal but amusingly so. Well, to all audience, before watching the movie i strongly recommend to first found Jesuit Oath via web, and read what they swore to do before becoming a member of the same, then watch a documentary about former high ranked jesuit Alberto Rivera, and listen to his testimony, and then with this knowledge in mind carefully judge this obscure historical character, i suspect depicted as a hero by makers of movie. The Sanguiwon are responsible for the attire worn by royalty. Although this biopic of the founder of the Jesuit order premiered last summer, I only had a chance to see it this past week. He finds purpose in service, even the most menial and disgusting tasks.