An office in the division of Mission and Ministry
The Office of Campus Ministry — faithful to its Jesuit and Catholic heritage — attends to the sacramental, spiritual, and pastoral needs of the Boston College community. All of this is accomplished through daily, weekend, and campus-wide Masses; numerous retreats; small-faith communities; spiritual direction, service and immersion experiences, and various forms of pastoral outreach.
EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
On Thursday, September 8th, the BC community will celebrate a Mass of the Holy Spirit, the traditional opening of the academic year for Jesuit schools. The Mass will be on the plaza in front of O’Neill Library at 12:00 (the rain site is Conte Forum). Noontime classes will be canceled to allow students, faculty and staff to attend. If you are interested in serving Communion, please see anyone from our staff after Mass. All are welcome, and we hope to see you there.
Liturgical Ministries Program
We are looking for students to help with all areas of liturgy: Eucharistic Ministers, lectors, sacristans, greeters and coordinators. No experience necessary; we’ll provide training for those who need it. This is your chapel and your Mass, so please consider getting involved. More information can be found on the Liturgical Ministries website. This is a great way to get to know people and be more involved at Mass. We hope you will check it out!
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, email us at LAG@bc.edu or contact our director, Meyer Chambers.
Liturgy Arts Group, Accompanist Needed!
Major Duties: Provide piano accompaniment for the Liturgy Arts Group (LAG) at sectional rehearsals and Sunday parish masses. Requirements: piano proficiency in hymn playing and accompanying singers; sight-reading and improvisatory skills; willingness to learn basic liturgical skills; basic understanding of sound equipment and keyboard set up; flexibility and willingness to adapt to musical situations as they arise. This is a paid, part-time work study position (8 hours/week). Contact Meyer Chambers or call (617) 552-1398.
Are you, or anyone you know, considering becoming a Catholic or completing the sacraments of initiation? If so, the RCIA program is for you. We meet on Monday nights at 7 PM at 36 CoRo; the first meeting will be on September 12. For more information check out the RCIA website, or contact Ellen Modica.
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