Saturday, March 01

  • This five-day silent retreat is an opportunity for reflection and prayer. In silence, students are given the opportunity to reflect more deeply about their faith, the power of God’s love for them and their relationship to others.  In addition, time for personal prayer and reflection and liturgies, thematic talks are given by the Chaplain retreat directors to help assist in the faith journey of the individual.

  • "Global Encounters in Early America" explores the global visual culture circulating in early America before 1840. The exhibition asks: what did early Americans know about the rest of the world, and how did interactions with other cultures make an impact on American arts? The primary focus of the exhibition is the emergence of direct trade with China, India, and the rest of Asia after the American Revolution.Curated by Patricia Johnston, Rev. J. Gerard Mears, S.J., Chair in Fine Arts...

  • The men’s basketball team will host Boston University at the Hart Center on Saturday, Mar.1 at 2 p.m. This will be the final game of the regular season.With a win over Navy on Sunday, Feb. 23, the Crusaders improved to 17-11 on the season and 11-5 in the Patriot League. The win also guaranteed a top-four finish in the conference and a home game in the league quarterfinals on Mar. 5.Currently, the Crusaders rank third in the Patriot League. The Boston University Terriers rank first, with a...

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  • Gather with fellow students for the Saturday 4:30 Mass.  The smallest of the four weekend Masses, the Saturday 4:30 is celebrated on one side of Mary Chapel and features music led by piano and cantor.
    Location: Mary Chapel