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It was an experience fully situated in the context of events, and it led by its very nature to an even deeper involvement in events. This total historicity of Ignatius's experience, it would seem, goes far to account for the amazing force and attraction it had. It has frequently been observed that Ignatius and the Jesuits mark a new stage or development in Catholic spirituality: a break with older medieval forms of piety and monasticism and the expression of a concept of the religious life more relevant to the times, more streamlined, so to speak, more engaged, more dynamic.
The Worldly Ideal of Iñigo Loyola," Thought, Vol. 29, No. 113 (Summer 1954), pp. 209-36. Page 32 of Our Lady. 4 On the eve of the feast of Our Lady in March in the year 1522, he went at night as secretly as he could to a poor man, and stripping off all his garments he gave them to the poor man and dressed himself in his desired clothing and went to kneel before the altar of Our Lady. At times in this way, at other times standing, with his pilgrim's staff in his hand he spent the whole night.
He made the journey to Jerusalem by way of Rome and Venice in 1523. The Franciscan guardians of the holy places, however, rejected his plea to remain among them, and he returned to Spain early the next year. He had decided now to study, that is, to pursue a formal education, "so he would be able to help souls," as he expresses it. And so began a long academic interlude commencing with Latin instruction at Barcelona in 1524 and climaxed by his acquisition of a master of arts at Paris in 1534. Ignatius's studies carried him to some famous schools, and he was certainly exposed during these years to the powerful intellectual and religious currents that were then stirring Europe.