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Service is essential to following the teachings of Jesus Christ. In addition to growing in their faith and understanding, STM students are leaders in the Church and society through the sharing of their faith, the promotion of justice, and by serving the hearts and minds of those in need.


On October 24, 2015, the STM community will participate in a Day of Service, including volunteering with a variety of organizations in the Boston area throughout the day, celebrating Mass together in the evening, and sharing a simple supper at the Faber Jesuit Community. All members of the STM community are encouraged to register by October 13! Click here to see service opportunities and to register for the site of your choice.

Check out service opportunities in the STM Newsletter.


BC Volunteer and Service Learning
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Greater Boston Area

Pine Street Inn
Pine Street Inn is a not-for-profit organization committed to men, women, and children in need of shelter, sustenance, and the basic moral and material supports necessary to lead a dignified and stable life. The mission of the inn, in all its programs, is to be a community of respect and hope for each guest it serves; to be a resource through which neighbors and friends can help to meet the basic needs of others; and to serve as a national leader in the fight to end homelessness.

Haley House

Haley House is a spiritually - based community nurtured by the personalist tradition of the Catholic Worker Movement. There are a number of ways to get involved: in the Soup Kitchen and Meals, cleaning jobs, and organizing projects around the house.

Rosie's Place

Rosie's Place is a women's shelter that offers lunch and dinner every day, emergency shelter, permanent housing; advocacy, clothing; a food pantry, a food cooperative, job training, and more. Rosie's Place strives to provide a safe and nurturing environment to help poor and homeless women maintain their dignity, seek opportunity and find security in their lives.

St. Francis House

Founded in 1984, St. Francis House is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization. Now New England's largest and most comprehensive daytime shelter, it provides basic and emergency services, rehabilitative programs, job skills training and transitional housing for poor and homeless men and women in Boston.

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