Professional Development


These Professional Development sessions are open to public and can be booked through:

Secretary Campion


Tel.: +61 3 9854 8110


Discerning Choices

Speaker: Elizabeth Liebert SNJM

Date: Friday 12 May, 9am – 4pm

Cost: $70

Using your own life, this workshop/retreat will focus on the material in the Spiritual Exercises relative to making thoughtful, discerned choices. Participants will work in pairs in which each participant shares and receives direction and, in turn, offers direction to her or his partner relative to a current “election.” The lived experience in the room will then ground the exposition of Election material in the Spiritual Exercises.

This all day workshop is directed to spiritual directors and students of spiritual direction, in the Ignatian tradition. 
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Reformation Five Hundred Years 1517 – 2017

Speaker: Professor Peter Sherlock

Date: Friday 2 June, 2pm – 3.30pm

Cost: $25

Vice-Chancellor of the University of Divinity, will speak at Campion about the role of St Ignatius and Martin Luther in the turbulent times that produced what is known as The Reformation.

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Non-Finite Loss and Grief

Speaker: Marea Richardson

Date: Friday 16 June, 1.30pm – 3pm

Cost: $25

There are many and varied experienced of Non-Finite Loss in our lives that cause us to grieve. These experiences are often life changing and retain a continuing presence. There is often no clearly marked conclusion. The continuing presence of non-finite losses may be experienced emotionally, psychologically, spiritually or physically. “Suffering can alienate us. We are vulnerable in ways we never expected. Try as we might, we cannot go back to where we were before. It is a deep and unsettling experience.” Michael Hansen SJ. Each of us responds to these experiences in our own unique way.


Companioning the Bereaved

Speaker: Marea Richardson

Date: Friday 20 October, 1.30pm – 3pm

Cost: $25

Loss and Spirituality are intimately entwined. Loss forces change on us. When loss or change comes we are often unprepared. We may feel totally tossed off course. The grief of Bereavement forces us to face the deeper questions of our lives; questions about our relationships, our values and the meaning of our lives.