aFr. Terrence Devino, S.J.

  • Fr. Terrence Devino, S.J.
  • Vice President of Mission and Ministry; College Chaplain
  • devinot@emmanuel.edu

Fr. Devino is serving as the Vice President of Mission and Ministry overseeing the various works of the Cardinal Seán O'Malley Center for Mission and Ministry.

Having recently arrived at Emmanuel College, Fr. Devino is serving as the Vice President of Mission and Ministry overseeing the various works of the Cardinal Seán O'Malley Center for Mission and Ministry.

Fr. Devino has served in many roles as a Jesuit of the East Coast Province of the Society of Jesus at Boston College, Fairfield University and the University of Scranton as well as Eastern Point Retreat House in Gloucester, MA.   Most recently, he was serving as Catholic Chaplain at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.  With a background in retreat work and spiritual direction, Fr. Devino is grateful to return to ministry on a college campus and engaging in student formation as well as embracing and promoting the mission of Emmanuel College, God with us.

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