111 Sir Samuel Griffith Drive, BARDON.

We are created to use “the entire gamut of human responses to reality – interest, love, every kind of creativity, enjoyment, together with inner responses such as the acceptance or not of situations, and the meanings we are free to confer on these, etc.” 

Michael Ivens, SJ Understanding the Spiritual Exercises, p 30-31

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Contemplative Arts

Finding God's love in all things


Contemplative Arts group retreats and private sessions invite you into celebrating and recognising God’s love in your prayer and life experiences through meaningful contemplative creative arts expression.  Opening up your intuitive creative inner resource, the Holy Spirit reveals your personal journey, desires and purpose.


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Individual Sessions

Private Contemplative Arts sessions are tailored specifically for each individual’s personal spiritual purposes.  Confidentiality is assured.

Mode of offering:  phone, FaceTime or Zoom

Cost [per hour session]: $AU70 suggested donation 

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The Faber Centre of Ignatian Spirituality welcomes donations to continue our work giving the Spiritual Exercises and providing formation for Mission.


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111 Sir Samuel Griffith Drive, BARDON, QLD, 4065, Australia.
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