“Love is a commitment that lasts longer than being in love,” Dan Ponsetto said.
Agape Latte, named after the Greek word for ‘love that seeks nothing in return,’ paid tribute to Dorian Murray during Espresso Your Faith Week.
O’Donnell talked about landing his first role in high school, flying back and forth from BC and Los Angeles, and overcoming a slow period in his career.
Tom Wesner discussed his path to faith, saying that BC gives students the gift of hearing stories from faculty and staff and reflecting on their own stories of faith.
“Agape Latte Extra: Senior Night” featured graduates from the Class of 2015 who shared their experiences in the last year since graduation.
Brad Bates spoke at Agape Latte’s final event of the year on Tuesday night. His talk featured stories from his childhood, his first encounter with his wife, and how he discovered to appreciate life.
In order to grant Dorian Murray’s wish to become famous before going to heaven, students John Walsh and Lea Nelligan created a video featuring hundreds of BC students and faculty.
Devino will return to Agape Latte on Tuesday to talk about finding happiness in relationships in the group’s first event of the spring semester.
For the group’s Christmas Extravaganza, Agape Latte filled Hillside Café with students to hear Karen Kiefer talk about how she found a way to serve God through baking bread.