INSIGHTS FROM OUR JESUIT PROVINCIAL...
At the moment in Australia we don’t know where this present pandemic will take us, writes Australian Provincial Fr Brian McCoy SJ. We are living in this season of Autumn where creation is changing and leaves are falling around us and where the gift to come is not immediately evident or even tangible. We are facing a new mystery of our human condition that asks us to let go what we think is ‘normal’ and allow something new to emerge
This retreat has been prepared by the staff of Jesuit Communications for the use of people who have to isolate themselves for 14 days during the Coronavirus crisis. Of course, other people who may find it helpful are also welcome to use it.
With Jesus in the Desert’ is an online retreat that has been developed for people who are in social isolation during the coronavirus pandemic. It has been designed to run for 14 days, but may be adapted and run as needed.
If you have someone to contact in any way during the retreat to speak about what is happening in your retreat and your day, that could be very helpful.
Jesuit and Ignatian Spirituality Australia can put you in touch with experienced spiritual directors for one-to-one spiritual direction using online platforms such as FaceTime, Skype and Zoom. FIND OUT MORE...
Fr Frank Brennan SJ’s Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Lent, Newman College, University of Melbourne, 29 March 2020. Listen at https://soundcloud.com/frank-brennan-6/homily-29320
‘Unbind him. Let him go free.’ With these words, Jesus brings new life to Lazarus. All around the world today, there are healthcare workers and loved ones looking at ICU beds dreaming and hoping that the one in the bed might be unplugged and walk free from the effects of the all-pervasive coronavirus.
COVID-19 Update: All scheduled retreats are postponed until further notice.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.
A mini-retreat for busy people. Each month we experience a taste of the First Spiritual Exercises.
In a sacred space, we combine creative arts with Ignatian Spirituality in contemplative prayer.
The Full Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola are a threefold process of Prayer – Reflection – Conversation.
This is a 1, 3 or 5 day silent retreat individually directed in the Ignatian tradition to recognise God's action in your life.
Spend some time reflecting, listening and learning guided by spiritual directors on a Quiet Saturday.
Advent and Lent Retreats are preached retreats in the Ignatian tradition to prepare oneself for a more prayerful celebration.