Boston College Campus Ministry
an office in the division of university 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.
To learn more about upcoming Masses, Retreats and Service please click on the links below. Learn more about the Office of Campus Ministry by following this link.
Advent Reconciliation will be offered at 8:00PM on Monday, December 9th at Trinity Chapel on Newton Campus and at 8:00PM on Tuesday, December 10th at St. Joseph's Chapel on upper campus. We invite all who are interested in receiving the sacrament of reconciliation or anyone who would simply like a night of quiet prayaer and reflection. Please see your Peer Ministers for more information.
Please join the Division of Mission and Ministry for an Advent/Christmas Mass on Thursday, December, 20, 2013 at 2PM at St. Ignatius Church. Refreshments will be served in the Lower Church following Mass.
RCIA - If you have thought about becoming a Catholic or about completing your Catholic initiation (Eucharist and Confirmation), check into the RCIA program. Email Sister Mary Sweeney.
Growing Through Grief
If you would like to talk with other students who have shared the experience of loss, you're invited to join us on Mondays at 5PM in the Service Building. Email Sister Mary Sweeney.
The Manresa retreat is Campus Ministry's annual directed retreat for undergraduate students based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, inspired by Ignatius' experience in the cave at Manresa, Spain.
It is a time of quiet, reflection, and prayer in an open, flexible schedule in a setting of real peace. Click here to learn more.
Aloha! The Aloha Senior Retreat is a chance to press pause on the hectic and overwhelming rush towards graduation, and spend a weekend chilling out with friends on the Cape. Aloha in Hawaiian means “hello” and “goodbye”, and this tension is what many seniors are experiencing: saying goodbye to this chapter of their lives, and saying hello to a new and exciting future. Check back here for details as the event gets closer.
All are welcome to this year’s ARRUPE PROGRAM - COMMISSIONING MASS – for those traveling on Arrupe immersion trips during winter break to destinations throughout Latin America. This Sunday, Dec. 8 at 5 pm in the Lannon Chapel, basement of St. Ignatius Church.
Urban Immersion is a week-long learning experience during winter break in which 25-30 students spend seven days in Boston actively learning about and participating in the lives of those most affected by the complex social issues of systemic poverty and homelessness.
The group spends the week at various outreach programs each day and comes together each evening to hear from speakers and to pray, reflect, and discuss as a group. This year's trip dates are 1/5-1/11/14. Please follow this link to learn more.
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