Today it's the turn of St Ignatius as we look at Ignatian prayer and spirituality for our 'Schools of Prayer' podcast series.
St Ignatius of Loyola founded the Society of Jesus - the Jesuits - in 1540. Today there are over 18,000 priests and brothers present in more than 100 countries.
One of the 18,000 just so happens to be our current Holy Father, Pope Francis. His heart for social justice, deep prayer and inspirational teaching in some ways makes him a typical Jesuit.
So who can tell us more about St Ignatius and his teaching? How can we learn from Ignatian Spirituality to deepen our own prayer by having that personal encounter with God - that face-to-face conversation?
We visited Campion Hall in Oxford to speak to Dr Rob Marsh SJ.
In this podcast for our 'Schools of Prayer' series we take a closer look at Benedictine prayer and spirituality.
We travelled to the heart of the Cotswolds, to Prinknash Abbey in Gloucestershire, to speak to Fr Stephen Horton OSB, Prior and Novice Master at the Benedictine monastery.
Prinknash is a monastic community of men, who live in the spirit of the Rule of Saint Benedict.