Find Your Inner Iggy

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Tom McGrath with Iggy tattoo. Copyright 2015 Loyola Press. All rights reserved.

Tom McGrath with Iggy tattoo. Copyright 2015 Loyola Press. All rights reserved.

Find Your Inner Iggy, #FindIggy, is an online celebration for an energetic and eccentric Basque soldier from 500 years ago — Iñigo de Loyola; or “Iggy” as we affectionately call him.  Sponsored by Loyola Press, #FindIggy brings the world together for a few weeks in July to acknowledge the personal, relevant and potent spiritual tools left to us by St. Ignatius.  The fun began July 20, and runs through the feast day of St. Ignatius on July 31.

During this time, watch Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Vine as people share their personal experiences of finding God in all things, and finding their own “inner Iggy.” Everyone is encouraged to tag their contributions #FindIggy.

Kathy Greenholdt with Iggy tattoo. Copyright 2015 Loyola Press. All rights reserved.

Kathy Greenholdt with Iggy tattoo. Copyright 2015 Loyola Press. All rights reserved.

All posts, tweets, veets, and kerfluffles tagged with #FindIggy will be collected on FindYourInnerIggy.com and added to the works of past contributors like Fr. James

Martin, SJ,  Matt Malone, SJ, Paddy Gilger, SJ, Margaret Silf, Sr. Simone Campbell, SSS, Kerry Weber, and more.

The best contributions of the day will be rewarded with gifts of knowledge, wisdom, even an Iggy Bobblehead.

While at FindYourInnerIggy.com, enjoy animated snippets from Iggy’s life, request free Iggy Tattoos, and build your own Iggy graphic for use on social media.

Copyright 2015 Loyola Press. All rights reserved.

Copyright 2015 Loyola Press. All rights reserved.

Thanks to the worldwide online community, Iggy walks the way of St. Ignatius in our everyday community showing us how to be men and women for others, how to find God in all things, and how a 500-year old way of relating to God still works today.

See FindYourInnerIggy.com for more details.

 

All images copyright 2015 Loyola Press. All rights reserved.

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