Engaging in the University’s Jesuit Catholic tradition allows students the opportunity deepen their faith lives while also developing and enhancing relationships with self and others. Campus Ministry offers a range of experiences allowing students the chance to share in prayer, reflection, and community building.
Agape Latte is a monthly event designed for students seeking to learn more about faith and religion in an inviting social environment. It is typically held on the first Tuesday of every month in Hillside Cafe at 8:30 pm, where students are treated to free desserts, coffee, and an engaging discussion from a campus leader. Agape Latte is co-sponsored by Campus Ministry and the Church in the 21st Century Center.
More at: bc.edu/agapelatte
The Mission of CLC - CURA is to "love one another as I have loved you" (John 13:34).
Cura Personalis (care of the whole person) stems from the desire to see and care for a person as God sees and cares for that person. We seek to listen more deeply to God and others. CLC groups meet once-a-week for an hour, and have the opportunity to attend retreats and activities throughout the year.
More at: bc.edu/clc
At Boston College, graduates of Jesuit high schools are encouraged to continue in the Jesuit tradition of being men and women for others and sharing the spirit that formed them in their high schools via involvement with the Ignatian Society. The group’s programming, which is open to all undergraduates, includes the popular Wednesday Night Examen and Lunches with the Jesuits.
More at: bc.edu/ignatian
Many multi-faith programs offer faith-sharing groups and opportunities for reflection. Take a look at Campus Ministry’s robust multi-faith offerings to find a group connected to your religious tradition.
More at: bc.edu/multifaithgroups
The St. Thomas More Society (STM) is dedicated to promoting the rich heritage of the Catholic faith on campus. The members of STM seek to grow in their love for Jesus Christ and to deepen their knowledge of Catholic doctrine and intellectual tradition. They meet regularly on Mondays.
More at: bc.edu/stms
The Sons of St. Patrick is a society of Catholic gentlemen dedicated to fostering a community of virtue, character, and faith among our peers and surrounding society. We gather weekly for evening prayer and discussion.
More at: bc.edu/sons