The Division of University Mission and Ministry
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?
Announcements & Events
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.
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.
Growing Through Grief
This is a group for those who have lost a loved one. 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. Please email Sister Mary Sweeney for more information.
The Boston College
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.
View Prayer Map
Questions? Contact us at 617-552-1603
Retreats and Seminars
Advent is a season of waiting and longing for the coming of the One who is our salvation. Advent Mornings is an opportunity to pause and pray at the beginning of the day during this season of beauty with an opportunity for reflection, silence and prayer. Open to interested faculty, staff and administrators. Click here to learn more.
Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality
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 together with a powerful experience of community, faith, and discernment. To learn more click here.
ASCEND is a pilot program for Sophomore women, sponsored by the Center for Student Formation, to meet new people, explore conversation, and new horizons at BC and beyond. Applications are due December 13th. Please click here for more information.