111 Sir Samuel Griffith Drive, BARDON.

 

Looking to discern God's will in you life in 2020?

Faber invites you to experience the Traditional Full Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola.

We are now calling for expression of interest for our 2020 program.  This is a one-on-one program involving daily prayer and weekly meetings with an experienced spiritual director.  Anyone is welcome to apply and no prior exprerience necessary. 

For more information or to register you interest click here... 

 

About Faber

The Faber Centre of Ignatian Spirituality offers people of today who are searching a variety of spiritual exercises, spiritual guidance, formation programs and different kinds of retreats: Individual Spiritual Direction, Urban, Regional and Rural Outreach, Day Retreats, Weekend Retreats, Residential Retreats, Individually Directed Retreats, or the Full Spiritual Exercises, either in solitude (for 30 days) or in daily life (for 30 weeks).

Our focus is not religious services, but spiritual exercises and spiritual guidance for persons of different religions or of no religion, to develop their freedom and the interiority of their daily human experiences, to discern their beliefs, and for Christian believers to explore their faith in God for a better service of God, through, with, and in Christ. The Faber Centre is in Brisbane, in the northern state of Queensland, Australia, in a beautiful forest setting at the foot of Mt Coot-tha, in Sir Samuel Griffith Drive which circles Mt Coot-tha overlooking Brisbane.

Email retreat for busy people

Would you like to experience an Ignatian retreat but are unable to visit us here at the Faber Centre?

Our five-day Email Retreat for Busy People is designed especially for you! This self-directed retreat can be undertaken at home, in and around your normal daily activities.

Sign up now to receive your daily email guiding you through the five days of the retreat.


Faber Guided Retreats

The Faber Centre also offers Individually Guided Retreats for 2, 4 or 6 days, Weekend Retreats, and Day Retreats, adapted always for people in different situations and their diverse needs.
Also available are spiritual formation programs, seminars, workshops, and outreach programs to parish staff and school staff, and to regional and rural areas throughout Queensland.

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04 December 2019
Faber Blog
Ignatian Spirituality
St. Francis Xavier – 3 DecemberFrancis Xavier was born on 7 April, 1506 at Javier, Kingdom of Navarre. He died on 3 December, 1552 aged 46 at on Shangchuan Island. He met Ignatius of Loyola at the University of...
30 October 2019
Faber Blog
Ignatian Spirituality
" Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.”Luke’s scriptural quote goes beyond the familiar ‘prayers and thoughts’ refrain because it necessitates actions of seeking and knocking. &n...
15 October 2019
Faber Blog
My Community Values…When I was very young my parents decided to move from war-torn Europe to New Zealand. This meant tearing ourselves away from our large extended family. They thought that in New Zealand we would have a better chance of making good ...
11 September 2019
Faber Blog
Refugees
The less knowledge we have of anything the more insignificant it seems. Our hatred of a person often decreases as we learn to know the person better.                       &nb...
28 August 2019
Faber Blog
Ignatian Spirituality
Pope Francis … delivered a ringing plea to the world and his own Catholic Church to reject … the growing temptation to “demonise” those who are different. Nov 19, 2016 - Vatican City (RNS) “Dingo man,” named so because of his two pet d...
13 August 2019
Faber Blog
Ignatian Spirituality
I remember many years ago before I married, I spent some time assisting my friends who were the owners of a property, to start a new vineyard in the prime agricultural country of Poverty Bay, in NZ. We had a large empty paddock, which was fairly...

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About Faber

The Faber Centre of Ignatian Spirituality offers a variety of spiritual exercises, spiritual guidance, formation programs and different kinds of retreats.

Our focus is not religious services, but spiritual exercises and spiritual guidance for persons of different religions or of no religion, to develop their freedom and the interiority of their daily human experiences, to discern their beliefs, and for Christian believers to explore their faith in God for a better service of God, through, with, and in Christ.

Where To Find Us

Address
111 Sir Samuel Griffith Drive, BARDON, QLD, 4065, Australia.
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Phone Number
07 3368 2450

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