The Office of Campus Ministry works to foster lives of faith and justice among the students, faculty, and staff of Boston College. We contribute to the formation of the whole person by inviting participants to recognize the call of God in their lives, commit to ongoing faith formation, and model lives of prayer, reflection, and service.
Claire Johnson Allen, Associate Director of the Women's Center, on how Ignatian spirituality encourages us to find and use our gifts to address injustice. Visit the Campus Ministry YouTube page to see more Preaching from Sr. Thea's Kitchen videos.
We invite students of all faith traditions—or even students of no faith, who might be searching for faith—to join us in integrating their religious life into their years at Boston College.
Roughly 13 percent of undergraduate students participate in Campus Ministry’s local, domestic, and international service-immersion opportunities each year, bringing to life the idea of being “for and with others.”
Liturgy at Boston College is an experience of true community. Interested in getting involved as a liturgical musician, or serving as a lector or eucharistic minister? Share your gifts with our worship communities.
Christian Life Community
Christian Life Community (CLC) meets weekly in small groups to build community, faith, and friendship. The hope of each CLC group is to seek to listen more deeply to God and to each other.
Meaning “God’s Time” in Greek, Kairos is a student-run retreat that allows undergraduates the opportunity to step back from the many demands of college life to intentionally reflect on their relationships with God, with themselves, and with others.
The Examen is at the foundation of Ignatian spirituality. This popular prayer is led every Wednesday at 9:45 p.m. in the Manresa House by the Ignatian Society, offering the opportunity to look over the week and recognize God in our lives. All are welcome!