The creators of Audacious Ignatius were, for years, Jesuit educators, and love to enrich classrooms and parishes with activities based on their book. The following resources can be used at home, in a classroom, or a homeschool setting to accompany the reading of Audacious Ignatius.
Many of these resources were created for our visits to schools and parishes to speak about the process of creating the books, and the depth and delight of our Catholic Tradition. (Click here if you are interested in having the creators of Audacious Ignatius talk at your school or parish!)
Imaginative Prayer in Audacious Ignatius: The illustrator of Audacious Ignatius created this handout to teach Ignatian contemplation during a school visit.
This handout to introduces the steps of Ignatian Contemplation, a style of prayer that helps one imaginatively enter the Gospel. They not only read the Good News, they experience it.
St. Ignatius Search Game: The St. Ignatius Search Game is is a great resource for teachers, parents, or homeschoolers to accompany the reading of Audacious Ignatius. Suitable for children ages 2-7, this activity will assist children with describing and putting in order the events in the life of St. Ignatius.
Audacious Ignatius Vocabulary Activity: This resource for teachers, parents, and homeschoolers accompanies the reading of Audacious Ignatius, and teaches the definitions of vocabulary words that rhyme with Ignatius. Suitable for K-8, students will create a vocabulary booklet containing words, pictures, and definitions.
Examen Handprint Activity:This is a great resource for teachers, parents, or homeschoolers to accompany the reading of Audacious Ignatius. Suitable for children ages 2 and up, this craft project can be used to help children and parents pray the Examen together.
(Click here if you are interested in having the creators of Audacious Ignatius talk at your school or parish!)