About Sentir

Sentir Graduate College of Spiritual Formation is one of the ten colleges of the University of Divinity, which collaborates with centres of spiritual formation including WellSpring CentreCampion Centre of Ignatian Spirituality and Faber Centre of Ignatian Spirituality.


Who we are

Grounded in Christ through the spirituality of Saint Ignatius of Loyola,

Sentir is a work of the Australian Province of the Society of Jesus

and a graduate college of the University of Divinity. 

What we do

Sentir provides personal spiritual formation

that enables creative leaders to transform the world.

We value

Academically rigorous spiritual formation

in a supportive faith-learning community.


Featured Units and Courses

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Experiencing God With The Medieval Mystics

A unique opportunity to reflect on your own spiritual journey in the light of the writings of the medieval mystics:

  • Hadewijch
  • Meister Eckhart
  • Julian of Norwich
  • John of Ruusbroec   and others

This is a five-day intensive, taught by Dr Ineke Cornet.

Time: Monday 23rd March – Friday 27th March (9.00am -5.00pm)

Location: Campion Centre for Ignatian Spirituality

Please download the unit details from here.

 Spiritual Excercises

Long Retreat

Would you like to spend thirty days in silent intimacy with Jesus?

At Campion we offer the Spiritual Exercises to religious and lay people from all walks of life as a 30-day silent retreat. In this retreat, you will meet once per day with your retreat giver and engage in a series of prayer exercises.

If you are seeking to deepen your relationship with Jesus and to discern where God is calling you, the Spiritual Exercises may be what you are looking for.

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The name “Sentir”

The word sentir is one Saint Ignatius used frequently in the Spiritual Exercises. In Spanish sentir can be used as both a noun and a verb to communicate not an intellectual activity per se, but a felt-knowing of God, a knowing with the heart, an affective activity.  This felt-knowing is what we help our students get in touch with in their own lives, and what we form them to help others to get in touch with in their lives.

Our courses encourage a student to:

      • encounter the mystery of God
      • be open to personal transformation
      • engage in study which is academically rigorous
      • integrate his or her personal experience with theoretical learning
      • work with God to build the Reign of God in his or her life-world.
UpcomingEvents

Pilgrimage: Beyond Tourism

Ignatian Camino 26 September – 24 October 2015