An engaging discussion on faith and college life
Agape Latte Featured Event
Erik Weihenmayer: No Barriers.
Thursday September 28 @ 8:00 p.m.
What is Agape Latte?
"Agape" is a Greek word for a kind of love that seeks nothing in return.
Agape Latte is a monthly event designed for students seeking to learn more about faith and religion in an inviting social environment. The first Tuesday of every month in Hillside Cafe at 8:30 pm, students are treated to free desserts, coffee, and an engaging discussion.
This year Agape Latte celebrates 10 years at Boston College.
This series is sponsored by Campus Ministry and The Church in the 21st Century Center. For questions contact Karen Kiefer or call 617-552-6845.
What an agapic spring semester! If you feel the need to re-energize, visit our YouTube channel and watch our Agape Latte videos.
|If you missed an Agape Latte, check out the Agape Latte videos below and visit our YouTube page! For more information on Agape Latte visit facebook.com/agapelatte.|
May 2, 2017
Matt & Sarah Hasselbeck (BC '97) share their stories and advice from life after the Heights, how they met at BC, and everything in between!
April 4, 2017
Fr. Marcel Uwineza, S.J., shares his journey to becoming a Jesuit and his story on the healing power of forgiveness.
February 14, 2017
Dan Ponsetto, Welles R. Crowther Director for Volunteer and Service Learning, tells a story about love and the importance of sharing it, working for it, and living it as a verb.
December 6, 2016
Jack Dunn, Associate VP of University Communications at Boston College, presents a powerful story of love and loss. “He said, ‘I need you to know from my own experience that it costs a lot to love someone. It costs a lot to give yourself away. But what’s the alternative - to go through life without loving?’"
November 1, 2016
Dave Manzo, part-time faculty member in the Philosophy Department, discusses learning to meet people where they are and listening to our experiences in order to understand one another and find God. Gratitude for our experiences does not always have to be immediate but can be delayed.
September 29, 2016
Boston College Alumnus Chris O'Donnell ('92) shares how his faith has guided him through his life and career.
February 10, 2015
Our lives are comprised of serpentine roads that can lead to new paths in our "journey of life." Along the way, we are confronted with questions reaffirming our faith and where we should be heading as a Christian disciple. Listen to Margaret Nuzzolese as she explores the questions on being Blessed, Broken, and Shared.
September 30, 2014
Listen to Jesuit Post start-up co-founders Sam Sawyer, S.J. and Michael Rossmann, S.J. discuss how young Jesuits in formation, writing about faith and culture, in a way that’s accessible to their peers.
November 5, 2013
Baggage and regrets can hold us back from becoming our true selves. Let go and let God in.
October 1, 2013
"A G'Day for Faith"
Listen to special Agape Latte guest speaker, Fr. Jeremy Clarke, S.J. shares his viewpoint on faith.
April 23, 2013
Listen to special Agape Latte guest speaker, Coach Addazio share his passion for life and faith.
March 19, 2013
Listen to Mary Troxell discuss her "favorite mistakes" made throughout her life's journey.