The Listener Ignatian Spirituality About this Life Night The Gather is a competition involving a series of five short challenges that rely on each of the five senses. The Proclaim introduces the series and presents Ignatian spirituality as a type of prayer that involves imaginative reflection on the events of salvation history, Scripture, and even our own lives to help us encounter God. The Break is an Ignatian approach to lectio divina using the story of the road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35). The Send is a sensory prayer experience focused on the image of the cross. Goal of This Night The goal of The Listener is for teens to explore Ignatian spirituality practices, which use the five senses to transform our understanding of the events of salvation history, to encounter God. Catechism # 166 # 2588 # 2684 # 2701 Scripture Mark 6:34 -44 Luke 24:13 -35 Acts 2:1 -4 Hebrews 1:1 -2 Key Concepts Church Tradition and the events of salvation history continue to provide spiritual fruit for the present. Ignatian spirituality engages the senses and allows us to place ourselves in the stories of Sacred Scripture to experience the action of God in powerful ways. Teens who gravitate to this spirituality likely enjoy prayer that is focused on the liturgical calendar and the Paschal Mystery. End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Life Night! If you would like the full version of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.