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Through academics, service programs and personal reflection, the Division of University Mission and Ministry helps men and women find their deepest desire, which is at the heart of Ignatian spirituality. What are your interests and how can we direct you?


Service of Remembrance 2014


Preparing for Easter:  An Opportunity to Pause and Pray

Lent is a time when we prepare to celebrate the central mystery of Christianity, the death and resurrection of the Lord.  Preparing for Easter is an opportunity to pause in the middle of a busy day for prayer, silence, and reflection
Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality.  Click here to learn more.


Desires of the Heart:
Themes of Ignatian Spirituality.

A 10-week series on Ignatian, prayer, meditation, and discernment
Most Tuesday evenings, 7-7:30PM
Gasson Chapel
Questions? Email Andy Otto (4Boston)
                                "Prayer is as natural to us as breathing is."
                                                    -Joseph Tetlow, S.J.


Reverend Scott Brodeur, S.J., Professor at the Gregorian University at Rome presents
What St. Paul teaches us about Charisms
April 10, 2014, 5:00-6:30PM
The Heights Room

Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality, the Roche Center for Catholic Education and the Boston College School of Thelolgy and Ministry


The Prayer Map identifies several sites on the Boston College campuses where members of our community have found the space for cultivating the habit of reflection and prayer. These prayers, poems, and passages mirror experiences from a variety of religious traditions, and they invite you to your own prayer and reflection. May you find God in all things—and in all places.
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