Camino Ignaciano

2021/22 will be the 500th, jubilee year of the conversion of Saint Ignatius of Loyola. The pilgrim film titled Camino Ingaciano, supported by the Hungarian Province of the Society of Jesus, will be part of the festivity events of the anniversary.

About the film

The 90 minutes documentary, filmed at historic sites in Spain, will present how a pilgrimage may become a spiritual journey. In the film a Jesuit spiritual guide will accompany the spiritual exercise of four pilgrims walking the way Saint Ignatius set foot on 500 years ago from Loyola to Manresa, and at the same time will guide the viewers as well on their inner journey.

The aim

Following the still less known route of Camino Ignaciano in Spain, the viewers may become acquainted with the spiritual and visual beauty of the pilgrimage and also become familiar with the Saint Ignatian spirituality, under the motto „Everything to the greater glory of God”.

Spiritual guide

José Luis Iriberri SJ (Barcelona), the director of Camino Ignacianio.

Director of the film

Ferenc Tolvaly, the director of El Camino and other pilgrim movies.

Cast

Hungarian, Spanish,  Belgian and German pilgrims (chosen from more than a hundred applicants from ten countries).

Adrienne (31), Dresden, Balázs (33), Budapest
Andrea (52), Barcelona, James (45), Liege
The motivation of the pilgrims
Filming

2020.05.03-31, 2020 .07.30-31

First showing

2021, autumn

Advocacy

The Hungarian province provides professional counselling for the project.

The script was accepted by the leadership of the province and also by father José Luis Iriberri Sj. 

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Frissítve: 2019. augusztus 16.