Liturgy, Sacraments, and Services

In addition to weekday and weekend Masses, the Sacrament of Reconciliation is available by appointment. We offer the sacrament of Matrimony to alumni by arranged appointment, and offer the sacrament of Baptism to alumni, faculty and staff alike.

Mission and Ministry offers an R.C.I.A. program for any student interested in being baptized or confirmed in the Catholic tradition. This program is available to students of any class year, and are invited to begin at the start of each fall semester, with weekly meetings running throughout the entire academic year.

An Interfaith Prayer and Meditation Room (Marian Hall 336) is available to all students, faculty, staff, and administration at all times. Reading and worshipping materials are available in the room for use.

To view additional places of worship in the area, visit the Colleges of the Fenway Places of Worship page.


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