Friends in Christ!

The Catholic Center at Boston University is a home away from home for many BU students. You are always welcome! Located at 211 Bay State Road, the Newman House Catholic Center is a place to grab coffee and snacks, find quiet study rooms, hang out with friends, and pray.

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Mass Schedule

Holy Week 2018 Schedule:

Monday– 5 pm Mass, 5:30-6:30 @ 211 Bay State 

Tuesday– 2:30 pm Mass, 5:30-6:45- Pasta Dinner, 7:00-8:30- Confessions all @ 211 Bay State

Wednesday– 10 am -5 pm Adoration @ 211 Bay State  (sign up for 30 minute slots available )

Triduum – (Thursday- Sunday of Holy Week, all at masses @ Marsh Chapel)

Holy Thursday – 8 pm Mass, followed by adoration at 211 Bay State Road, group procession to cathedrals and Night Prayer with Cardinal Sean O’ Malley

Good Friday – 12 pm and 4 pm Passion of the Christ Showings, 1-2:30 pm Confessions, at 211 Bay State Road, 3-4 pm Live Stations of the Cross at Marsh Plaza, 8 pm Good Friday Service

Holy Saturday –  8 pm Vigil Mass

Easter Sunday– 12:30 pm Mass, 2 pm Brunch (must sign up at 211 Bay State Road to attend Brunch)

Click here for more Holy Week Info

Regular Academic School Year Schedule:

SUNDAY MASS:  12:30 P.M. AND 6:00 P.M. AT MARSH CHAPEL (735 Commonwealth Ave)

Daily Mass:  Monday thru Thursday at 5 P.M. in the fourth floor chapel of the Catholic Center

Most Fridays: 12:30 P.M. in the 4th floor chapel of the Catholic Center

Confession: 4:15-4:45 P.M. Monday thru Thursday and 11:45 A.M. to 12:15 P.M.  most Fridays.

Adoration:  5:30 pm to 6:30 pm Mondays in the 4th floor chapel of the Catholic Center

Please follow us on Twitter @BUCatholic or join our Facebook Group for any schedule changes!

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The Catholic Center Mission

The mission of the Catholic Center at Boston University is to foster the development of young men and women into fully formed Catholics through a spirituality centered on Church teaching and the sacraments, especially the Eucharist.  We offer a variety of activities that engage students socially, spiritually, and intellectually within a supportive Catholic community anchored in Christ-centered fellowship.

We seek to draw college students into strong, personal relationships with Jesus Christ in a community that reaches out through evangelization and service.


Help support our mission by making monthly donations through our We Share Account (CLICK HERE)

If the above link does not work, go to and search “Boston University Catholic Center”

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Come on in!

The Catholic Center is located at 211 Bay State Road.

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