AIDS is not just an epidemic of tragedy but an epidemic of compassion, according to John McDargh, an associate professor of theology at Boston College.
The Boston College community tied hundreds of maroon and gold ribbons with their prayers written on them to the fences surrounding Bapst Library last week.
Editorial: Boston College Should Allocate More Funds To Campus Ministry To Employ Non-Catholic Chaplains
Boston College should allocate more funding to Campus Ministry so that it can expand its staff by hiring chaplains of other faiths. Campus Ministry is an integral part of many students’ experiences at BC, regardless of their religious affiliation. It sponsors several retreats and service immersion programs that it stresses are “open to students of…
Hundreds of students and faculty gathered for a candlelit vigil on O’Neill Plaza in the wake of the terrorist attack on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand last week.
Don’t let the acronym deceive you—the Liturgy Arts Group will sing their way into your heart.
In today’s fast-paced world, the charm of the ancient Jesuit practice appeals to students seeking a chance to pause and reflect on their day.
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.
Campus Ministry’s Multifaith Thanksgiving event brings a wide variety of religious traditions together in music and prayer.
It has been 25 years since the massacre in El Salvador of six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper, and her daughter—an event that left the entire world reeling. At the time, El Salvador was in the midst of a bloody civil war that left more than 70,000 people dead at the hands of Salvadoran government forces and death squads.