The Seven Fountains Roman Catholic Church

97 Huay Kaew Road
50000 Chang Phueak Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • [email protected]  
  • +66 (0)53 89 25 46  
  • +66 (0)53 21 10 76   +66 (0)53 89 25 45  
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This Jesuit Spirituality Center is situated in a large arboreal compound, near the playing fields and lake of the Chiang Mai University campus, the Zoo, and the Huay Kaew waterfalls. This eco-spiritual haven of peace and beauty caters for all pilgrims, of both East and the West, in their search for inner peace.

Seven Fountains welcomes those who seek to deepen their relationship with God, and it is dedicated to retreats and spiritual direction in the tradition of St. Ignatius Loyola. The Retreat Center offers a variety of group & individual silent retreats for Christians and those of other faiths living in Thailand, Southest Asia, and further afield. The retreats are offered in the Ignatian tradition by an experienced staff of Jesuits, women religious, and lay spiritual directors. The retreats, open to anyone, regardless of age, race, religion or sex, can be given in Thai, Karen, English, Spanish or French.

The Seven Fountains Church
Tel: 053 211076, 053 892545
Fax: 053 892 546
Email: [email protected]
Location: 97 Huay Kaew Road, Chiang Mai 50300

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Comments from our visitors

By Wulf Gordian Hauser
On Nov 17, 2013
Dear Fathers, I will be at Chiang Mai this Chrsitmas and I would be grateful if you could let me know when you have your Christmas night liturgy. Thank you and God bless you Wulf Gordian Hauser
By Margaret Chung
On Nov 20, 2012
I'll would like to plan next year have a personal retreat for myself and I'm love the place very much.
By Janelle
On Sep 7, 2012
Please post the timings for Sunday Mass. Thanks
By Richard Welsh
On Sep 2, 2012
Lovely and serene. I would like to visit my next time in Chiang Mai. Thank you, Richard