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Christmas Agape

Jack Dunn shared his story of "love actually" in this Christmas Agape Latte.

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Women's Voices: Forming Conscience, Raising Consciousness

Four distinguished Boston College faculty women addressed the theme of "Forming Conscience: Raising Consciousness" toward responsible Christian faith in our contemporary world.

Chris O'Donnell '92 Speaks at Agape Latte

Chris O'Donnell spoke to BC students about faith, family, and career.

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The Call of Conscience

In her article, "The Call of Conscience: Pursuing Good in Our Daily Lives", Fall 2016 C21 Resources guest editor Kristin Heyer describes the Catholic tradition and Conscience.

Fall 2016 C21 Resources Magazine

Flip through our digital Fall 2016 C21 Resources magazine, "Conscience at Work." (ISSUU) (PDF)

 

"The Catholic Intellectual Tradition" Publication

C21 published "The Catholic Intellectual Tradition: A Conversation at Boston College," to encourage faculty, students, and thinking people everywhere to consider the gift of the Catholic tradition and to enter actively into the conversation.
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STM Online

C21 Online is now Crossroads. The same high-quality content and conversation with a new name. Adult enrichment for spiritual renewal and on-going formation.
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Tuesday, January 31, 2017   
7:00pm Leadership through Conscience, Service, and Relationships  
Tuesday, February 7, 2017  
5:00pm Homeboy Industries and the Ennobling Formation of Conscience: Being Reached by the Widow, Orphan and Stranger  
Saturday, February 25, 2017  
5:30pm La cuaresma como camino de integraci├│n espiritual y humano  
Wednesday, March 15, 2017  
5:30pm How to Truly Love Yourself
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