Theology and Ministry Library

Phone Numbers:
Circulation: 617-552-0549
Reference: 617-552-6553

Street Address:
Boston College Theology and Ministry Library
117 Lake Street
Brighton, MA 02135

Mailing Address:
Boston College Theology and Ministry Library
140 Commonwealth Avenue
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

"In my mind, though, nothing is more expressive of TML than this brutalist building in which we stand. Mirroring TML’s own gritty history as a startup, this rough, stark, potentially alienating place with its many imperfections gradually wins hearts through the stunning geometry of its design and the powerful counterbalance of its windows which magnanimously invite the outside in, softening the sharper contours of the concrete. This suggests to me a place of inclusion; a place that understands limitations and flaws; a place of embrace; a place within which the beloved community gathers to work, study, socialize, play, and reflect."
Esther Griswold, Former Head Librarian of TML

Theology and Ministry Library Staff

TML Staff Group Photo

 

Steve Dalton
Head Librarian
617-552-6541

Jennifer Butler
Sr. Research Librarian/Bibliographer
617-552-6540

Michael McGrath
Circulation Assistant
617-552-6536

 

Leea Stroia
TML SupervisorTML Supervisor
617-552-6539

Eric Surat
617-552-6539TML Evening Supervisor
617-552-6537

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