"In life there are so many experiences, people and places, that leave us feeling hungry or even malnourished. We have to make sure to be the source of food to keep us going," Sharyl Thompson, general manager of BC Dining Services, shares in in our latest 'Preaching from Sr. Thea's Kitchen.'
Join us TONIGHT, Feb. 14, at our University-wide liturgy for Black History. All are welcome as we celebrate in prayer the rich and diverse history, culture, and traditions of the Black community. Fr. Oscar Pratt, pastor of Boston's St. Katharine Drexel, will celebrate the Mass.

The Upper Church of St. Ignatius will be reserved for undergraduates. Reserve your spot. Other members of the BC community are invited to join us in the Church's Lannon Chapel, where the Mass will be simulcast and the Eucharist will be offered. Register here for the Lannon Chapel.

Can't make it in person? The Mass will be live on our YouTube.
Find 40 songs and four hours of Gospel praise on our new Spotify playlist Gospel from the Vault, selected by members of the Black Christian Fellowship. BCF "is a community of Black students...who love God and step unapologetically into loving community with vulnerability, authenticity and willingness to love one another deeply." Learn more on their Insta.
Lent begins Wednesday. Campus Ministry will send an email Tuesday listing times and locations for our 11 Ash Wednesday services, as well as resoures to help you deepen your prayer life during Lent. Want to plan ahead? Our Ash Wednesday calendar is viewable at
Exhale, reflect, and be renewed on Monday nights with Pause and Pray! Please join us on Feb. 15 and 22 at 6 p.m. in Lannon Chapel for 45 minutes of music, journaling, Ignatian prayer, and shared conversation. Retreat materials and dinner to-go provided. Space is limited and pre-registration is required at Gift yourself a retreat moment this February!
Take 15 minutes for yourself each week at an in-person (and physically distant) Examen in the Manresa House (58 College Rd.) from 9:45 - 10 p.m. on Tuesdays 
and Wednesdays. The Examen – one of our most popular programs – is a foundation of Ignatian spirituality. St. Ignatius thought, if we were to offer no other prayer, we should at least pray the Examen daily. All attendees must pre-register. Tap your day (above) to sign up! Can't make it? Check out the livestream on Instagram.
Join Arrupe for this in-person six week program to listen to stories of forced migration from those who have experienced it, participate in faith-based reflections, and engage in solidarity together. Learn more & apply here by Feb. 17.
Share a lunch with one of Boston College’s Jesuits alongside a small group of students in the Manresa House (58 College Rd.). We welcome all undergraduates to take this opportunity to get to know the Jesuit community in an informal setting with a free lunch.
2/19 at 1 p.m. with Fr. Matt Monnig, S.J.
3/3 at 12 p.m. with Fr. Erick Berrelleza, S.J.
Join us for Rise and Reflect, a weekly prayer opportunity on Thursdays at 10 a.m. Start your day with 10-15 minutes of prayer and reflection. All are welcome. Click here to register.
Interested in deepening your spiritual life through conversation? Consider this 10-week opportunity offered by graduate theology students training to be spiritual directors. Feb. 22 – April 23, one hour meetings every other week. Meetings are virtual and free. Contact for more information.
CLC (Christian Life Community) are student-led reflection groups that meet once a week for an hour. All are welcome! Register at
Sunday's collection
By now everyone knows the story. On March 17, the governor of Massachusetts ordered a massive COVID-19 shutdown. On March 18, Cor Unum opened its doors to serve to-go breakfasts and to go-dinners to 500 hungry families. And it’s done so every morning and every evening since the shutdown. Cor Unum is defeating hunger in Lawrence, Massachusetts; and with your help—Cor Unum will continue doing so in the days ahead. We thank you in advance.
St. Ignatius Parish events
Sunday, Feb. 14 at 5:30 p.m. YouTube Livestream and limited seating. All are welcome!
Join a Zoom panel discussion, hosted by St. Ignatius parish, on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. Register here.
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