The School of Theology and Ministry marked its 10th anniversary on Sept. 20
BC's School of Theology and Ministry ends its first decade among the world's leaders in theology, divinity, and religious studies. As part of the anniversary events, James Martin, S.J., delivered the inaugural Daniel J. Harrington, S.J., Alumni Lecture on September 20th.
Global survey ranks BC sixth among the world's top universities, first among Catholic institutions.
How should the Catholic Church lead and serve? A panel of women scholars will weigh in on September 30.
The Catholic Theological Society of America presents its highest honor to BC theologian M. Shawn Copeland.
BC marks the opening of the academic year with a Jesuit university tradition dating back to the Middle Ages.
The Bible in the Life of the Church
This colloquium celebrates the contributions of STM’s Scripture faculty to Catholic biblical scholarship and the publication of the Paulist Biblical Commentary, a single-volume commentary written to be accessible to a wide range of readers and pastoral ministers.
Love Your Neighbor and Yourself: Practicing Well-Being in Ministry
This presentation explores the neurophysiology of the stress response; our predisposition toward hypervigilance because of the brain’s negativity bias; and how regular wellness practices help increase our capacity to respond effectively and empathically in ministry, and to love our neighbor as we love ourselves.