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Boston University Catholic Center

The Catholic Center is the place to be at Boston University if you're Catholic or interested in the Faith. For many students, it is a home away from home. The CC is a strong community of people looking to grow closer to God while forming genuine friendships. Check out one of our many events (most listed below, social/special events listed on the website) to get involved. For real. Do it. The Catholic Center is a place to grow in your faith through the sacraments, service, various programming, and guidance of the campus ministers. The Catholic Center is like a Chuck Norris roundhouse kick to the face. Words cannot describe the awesome.
Alison Yeung
Alison YeungNovember 24th, 2014 at 9:43pm
Hey everyone! Just letting you know that Albert and I went down to St. Anthony's to help out, but you have to be registered in order to help out for this particular Thanksgiving dinner service so we were not able to volunteer tonight. Just in case you were planning on going! It ends in an hour anyway.
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David Barnes
David BarnesNovember 24th, 2014 at 6:02pm
Thanksgiving Week: On Monday evening we will have Mass, Adoration, and Benediction from 6:30pm-8pm. The Catholic Center will close Monday night for the break. Reminder that on Sunday November 30th Masses are only at 6pm and 10:00pm. There is no 12:30pm on that day.
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Timothy McGuirk
Timothy McGuirkNovember 24th, 2014 at 4:46pm
On Friday 5 December at 7p, our University Catholic Chaplain, Father David Barnes will speak at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross as part of the annual God of the City Tour. Please mark your calendars and invite friends for what should prove to be a wonderful evening for our University and Archdiocesan Communities.
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FatherJeremy Paulin Omv
FatherJeremy Paulin OmvNovember 24th, 2014 at 7:30am
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Arianna Johnson
Arianna JohnsonNovember 24th, 2014 at 5:39am
Hello everyone! Please pray for the soul of Elizabeth Anne Dashiell, who passed away peacefully in her sleep on Friday morning. She was a wonderful woman who was a very devout woman of faith and loved by many people in my home parish. She was in charge of adult faith formation, and helped guide my family and me when we were going through RCIA. She will be missed dearly by myself and everyone else who's lives she touched in my parish, and I just ask that you pray for her and her family, which consisted largely of all the people whom she served in my church. Thank you! <3
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