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If you would like to register to be a member of Cura for the academic year, 2013-2014, please click here


Above all, clothe yourselves with love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony."
            ~Colossians 3:14

Mission Statement

The Mission of Cura is to 'love one another as I have loved you' (John 13:34).  Cura Personalis (care of the whole person) stems from the desire to see and care for a person as God sees and cares for that same person.  Cura groups seek to become true Christian communities where its members listen, share, challenge, and are changed by and together respond more fully to God's voice in their life. 

Student led groups meet once a week for an hour to pray and share 'highs, lows and seeds' of their week.  Groups seek to discuss matters of faith and reflect on how to live more authentic lives.  The Cura Council is largely responsible for the training and formation of new leaders, organizing and planning of wider social events on campus as well as determining the direction the program will grow in.  This year there are roughly 36 student leaders who co-lead 18 groups.  Cura welcomes all students interested in building lasting friendships that challenge the deeper questions of meaning and faith operating all their experiences.

There are roughly 25 groups that meet on campus each week at a variety of different places and times.

You do not have to be 'religious', Christian or Catholic to join.  We invite you to give it a try and if after a few meetings, you decide it is not for you, no hard feelings!

If you are someone who:

- desires to meet and deepen friendships here at BC
- is willing to share your story and hear others stories
- welcomes breathing room to reflect with others
- build community and leave a lasting legacy while here at BC...

Then register here!


As a member of a Cura group our goals are that Cura:
*will help you recognize that the presence, love and care you experience in Cura is grounded in an intentional, living, radical, Christian community and tradition
*will affect your life and the decisions you make and than you will be able to articulate particular instances in which being a decisions you make was a direct result of shared prayer and/or being part of a Cura group. 
*will be a way of life that will change BC, make BC a stronger community and something you will seek after you leave BC as well.  It is a way of life that involves praying regularly and reflection on where God is working in your life together in community.


Ways to contact us:

contact any of the Cura Council members

Christine Cichello
Campus Minister for Cura

Fr. Michael Davidson, S.J.
Jesuit Companion