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Line of students at Mass of the Holy Spirit 2014

The Office of Campus Ministry, faithful to its Jesuit, Catholic heritage, attends to the sacramental and pastoral needs of the Boston College community. This is accomplished through daily, weekend, and campus-wide Masses, numerous retreats, faith communities, spiritual direction, and service programs.



Espresso Your Faith

Espresso Your Faith Week, a series of programs focusing on faith and spirituality, begins today. Join C21 and Campus Ministry for Light the Labyrinth, Agape Latte, Midnight Mercy-- confession under the stars, the Examen, Taize Prayer, Frisbee with Jesuits, and more.
Check out the full schedule of events here.

Ignatian Family Teach-In

The Ignatian Family Teach-In is "an annual gathering for members of the Ignatian family to come together in the context of social justice and solidarity to learn, reflect, pray, network, and advocate together." This year's Ignatian Family Teach-In will take place November 15 - 17. Register here for the Ignatian Family Teach-In; registration will close on Tuesday, September 30 at 5 PM.


Freshmen: 48HOURS weekends are filling up fast! Don't miss out on a great opportunity to meet new students and reflect on your BC experience while getting away from campus to a beautiful New England location. Financial assistance is available for all who need it.
Learn more here, and register online through Agora.

Upperclassmen: FYE is also accepting applications for 48HOURS leadership teams. Consider applying to be a Point Guard or a Group Leader. You do not have to have gone on 48HOURS in order to apply for these leadership positions, but apply soon as we are naming both first and second semester teams in the next month.
Find more information here, or stop by FYE in Stokes S140.

Beginnings Retreat

The Beginnings Retreat (October 24-26) is a get-away experience for first-year students to explore faith, friendship and their relationship with God as it relates to the BC experience. If you have any questions, ask your Peer Minister.  Learn more and sign up today!

Growing through Grief

Growing through Grief meets every Monday at 5 PM in the Service Building, Room 205B. If someone you love has died and you would like the support of peers who have had a similar experience, please join us.

Vocation Discernment

Do you have a calling to serve Christ as a Priest? Be a part of a group of students who are exploring the idea of priesthood. Contact Fr. Devino, or visit Manresa House.

Faith Formation Classes

St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish is looking for individuals interested in teaching Faith Formation classes on Sundays this year. We encourage those who have not taught a faith formation class in the past, but who would like to do so, to volunteer.
Our areas of need this year :

  • Preschool and Kindergarten: 8:45-9:45 starting 9/28 (located at the St. Ignatius Parish Offices)
  • Grades 1-5: 8:45-9:45 or 11-12 starting 9/28 (located at the St. Ignatius Parish Offices as well as the lower level
  • Middle School: 11-12:30 every other week starting 9/14 (located at the STM)
  • JustYouth: 6-7:30 first Friday of October-April starting 10/3 (located at the St. Ignatius Parish Offices)

This program is an excellent opportunity for individuals to get involved with a vibrant and flourishing community where everyone gets along and works together for the greater glory of God. If you are interested in assisting this school year please contact Susan Stuart, Director of Faith Formation, (617) 552-6105, or Jonathan Galo (617) 552-6112.

Liturgy Arts Group

Attention singers, instrumentalists, and bell ringers! You are invited to enliven the experience of worship by sharing your special gifts at regular weekend liturgies and special events through the Liturgy Arts Group of Boston College.  For more information, visit LAG's website, email LAG or contact our director, Meyer Chambers.


Are you thinking about becoming a Catholic or receiving the sacraments? The group meets on Tuesdays at 7 PM. The first semester is a time to explore the Catholic faith; there is no religious commitment involved. For more information, contact Sister Mary.

Collection Announcement

Our collection this week and next week will benefit the work of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. Your donation will support more than 350 volunteers serving the poor in 38 cities around the United States and in 6 countries. Many Boston College students serve, or have served, as Jesuit Volunteers. Your donation makes a difference! We thank you for your generosity.


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