Exhibits at the Boston College Libraries

Theology and Ministry Library Exhibits

Approximately 90 linear feet of space along three walls fitted with picture rail on the lower level Theology and Ministry Library. Exhibits are sought which are consistent with the Jesuit mission of Boston College and, more specifically, with the mission and values of the School of Theology and Ministry.
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TML Turns 10
A Decade of Partnership and Service

November 14 - December 20, 2018

exhibit poster

The Boston College Theology and Ministry Library (TML) is many things: a meeting place; a center of learning; a repository of treasured theological and philosophical wisdom; a venue wherein lessons are taught and artistic gifts are shared; a bridge between different expressions or understandings of church; an opportune setting for ministry and formation; and, for those of us privileged to be employed here, a cherished workplace. For ten years now, the TML has served its constituents – the School of Theology and Ministry (STM), St. John’s Seminary (SJS), the Theological Institute, and the broader BC community – nobly and well. This exhibit looks back at our decade of service, documents the growth and the change that has happened, and captures a bit of the human experience of the people of TML.

The Boston College Theology and Ministry Library (TML) is many things: a meeting place; a center of learning; a repository of treasured theological and philosophical wisdom; a venue wherein lessons are taught and artistic gifts are shared; a bridge between different expressions or understandings of church; an opportune setting for ministry and formation; and, for those of us privileged to be employed here, a cherished workplace. For ten years now, the TML has served its constituents – the School of Theology and Ministry (STM), St. John’s Seminary (SJS), the Theological Institute, and the broader BC community – nobly and well. This exhibit looks back at our decade of service, documents the growth and the change that has happened, and captures a bit of the human experience of the people of TML.

exhibit poster