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row of students at the September 2014 Mass of the Holy Spirit. Campus Ministry homepage. An office within the Division of Mission and Ministry.

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.




Sacrament of Confirmation, Spring 2015

If you are a Catholic with a desire to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation before you graduate, Campus Ministry’s Confirmation Program is made for you. Join Fr. Tony Penna and other BC students in a series of conversations about the Catholic faith and its tradition and practices. These six conversations run throughout the spring semester and culminate in the celebration of the Sacrament of Confirmation on April 26th at St. Ignatius Church. If interested, fill out the registration form below.

Note: Google Chrome is the recommended browser for viewing and completing this form. You may also view the Confirmation Registration here.





Mid-Morning Sunday Mass

Beginning January 25th, Father Jack and Father Tony will host a weekly Sunday mid-morning Mass at 11:30 in St. Joseph Chapel (Gonzaga Hall).

Spring Mass Schedule 

The Boston College Mass Schedule has been updated for Spring 2015. View the Mass schedule here.

Beloved Retreat

All are welcome on the Beloved Retreat, no previous Cura experience is necessary! The retreat will take place February 21-22. Register today for the retreat. Contact with any questions.

Opportunity for Spiritual Direction

Several Boston College graduate students are looking for students to participate in spiritual direction as a requirement for their current practicum. This would be an opportunity to sit down with a spiritual director for approximately one half hour per week for eight weeks, beginning in February, to explore your relationship with God. Students of all religious backgrounds are welcome. All meetings are strictly confidential, open to people of all religious backgrounds, would be held on the BC campus, and would be scheduled at a mutually convenient time. Please contact Ellen Modica in Campus Ministry for more information. Thanks for your consideration.

Growing Through Grief

Growing through Grief is a group for undergrad and graduate students who are grieving the death of a loved one.  We gather each Monday from 5 - 6:15 PM in the Service Building (located between Campion and Higgins). Contact Sister Mary for more information.

Collection Announcement: February 1 and 8, 2015

Our collection the next two weeks will benefit the ministry of Covenant HouseEach year in the U.S. alone, as many as 2 million youth experience a period of homelessness, and every year more than 5,000 of these young people lose their lives to the streets. Their hope and promise are lost forever unless they find someone – like Covenant House New York – to love and care for them. At Covenant House New York, the goal is to inspire homeless and at risk young people to move to safe, stable, and loving places where they can continue to live out their dreams. Covenant House New York began more than 40 years ago when six young runaways were given shelter from a snowstorm, in the lower east side of Manhattan. Today there are 21 Covenant House locations across the United States, Canada and Latin Americas – and together they serve more than 56,000 homeless young people each year. Your donation makes a big difference, please, as always, be generous. Thank you.


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