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.
EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mass of the Holy Spirit
Thursday, September 11 at 12:00 PM
The entire BC community is invited to attend the annual Mass of the Holy Spirit. Everyone is welcome! All noontime classes and labs will be canceled.
The Beginnings Retreat 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!
Vocation Discernment Group
Do you have a calling to serve Christ as a Priest? If you're interested in being part of a group of students who are exploring the idea of priesthood, please contact Fr. Devino.
Jumpstart at BC
Info sessions: September 3 and 8 at 7:00 PM
Prayer Leadership Program
Campus Ministry is starting a prayer leadership program for anyone interested in being a leader of prayer in various forms: small group leadership, giving talks on retreats, being a lector or Eucharistic minister at mass, and more. If you have any experience, or even if you're just interested and have no experience, find out more on Campus Ministry's website or contact campus minister Rick Rossi.
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.
Our collection for the poor, this week and next week, will be donated to St. Francis House. St. Francis House is the largest day shelter in New England. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, they serve more than 800 poor and homeless men and women a day, 365 days a year. Their basic, rehabilitative, and housing services overlap and build on one another to provide their guests with continuous and comprehensive care. Dozens of Boston College students volunteer at St. Francis House during the school year.
Thank you for your generosity!
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