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This year's Reflection to be authored by Don MacMillan, S.J., Campus Minister

Donald MacMillan, S.J., ’66, MDiv’72 has served as a campus minister at Boston College since 1995. At BC he coordinates the Urban Immersion Program and organizes an annual trip to Mexico where BC students have direct experience with Latin American refugees and the poor of Mexico. He is also engaged in the vigils of the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice. In 2012 he was awarded the Robert M. Holstein Faith that Does Justice Award by the Ignatian Solidarity Network.

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Advent Reflections 2015

Second Sunday of Advent

Luke thought a lot of John to give him almost the same introduction that he gave to Jesus. John’s message is simply telling us to get cleaned up and get our act together because the Messiah is coming. In fact, He’s already here. » Click here to read more

First Sunday of Advent

Every year I am amazed at how close to reality the words of scripture are. We hear of signs 'in the sun, the moon, and the stars, and on earth nations will be in dismay'. (Lk. 21:25) Our news media has been filled with the stories of nations in dismay: Paris, France; Beirut, Lebanon; Bamaka, Mali; Syria, Turkey, Israel, Latin America, the United States. » Click here to read more

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