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.
Spring 2014 Events and Announcements
Busy Student Retreat - Registration is now open for the Lenten Busy Student Retreat at BC. There's no requirement or prior experience or faith level, just an interest in wanting to engage Lent in a meaningful way with your peers. It's free, on-campus and on your schedule. Learn more here.
Desires of the Heart:
Themes of Ignatian Spirituality.
A 10-week series on Ignatian, prayer, meditation, and discernment
Most Tuesday evenings
Questions? Email Andy Otto (4Boston):email@example.com
"Prayer is as natural to us as breathing is."
-Joseph Tetlow, S.J.
Attention singers and instrumentalists! 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, email us at LAG@bc.edu or contact our director, Meyer Chambers, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Growing Through Grief
the support group for those who have lost a loved one. Email Sister Mary Sweeney.
Graduate and Professional Students!
Close your school week with 15 minutes of peace, quiet and prayer. Just 15 minutes!
at 3PM-Fridays in Cushing Chapel, School of Nursing, 2nd floor
with Ben Brenkert, SJ, MSW and Mary Sweeney, SC, DMin
Join us for Taize prayer this semester in the Gasson Chapel. The dates are 3/31, 4/28/14
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. March 28-30, 2014. Email Tamara.Liddell@bc.edu for more information.
Vocation Descernment Group - Do you have a calling to serve Christ? If interested in being part of the Vocations Discernment Group of students who are exploring the idea of the priesthood, please contact Fr. Devino at Manresa House.
BC Bells - Looking for something new to do on campus? Try BC Bells! We are the handbell choir associated with Liturgy Arts Group, and we are looking for some new members to join us for the spring semester. No experience necessary! Email Liz Creamer for more information.
Contact Campus Ministry at 617-552-3475 or