College Campus Ministry
66 Brooks Drive
Braintree, MA 02184-3839
Secretariat: Ministerial Personnel


Msgr. William Fay
Office: 617-746-5856

College Campus Ministry


Campus Ministers

Babson College  
Ms. Crista Mahoney - Contact 
Bentley University  
Ms. Stephanie Bronner - Contact 
Boston College  
Fr. Tony Penna - Contact 
Fr. Tony Penna has been at Boston College since 1991. Before coming to Boston College, he was a chaplain at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, and earlier, at St. John’s Preparatory School in Danvers, MA. Being a graduate of Boston College, Fr. Tony feels that in a timely way he has come home to the Jesuit tradition that was so instrumental in shaping his own spirituality and vocation during his undergraduate years. Aware of the impact Boston College and its Ignatian spirituality has had on his life, Fr. Tony sees every day at Boston College as an opportunity to express this indebtedness by “paying it forward” in a sense. He hopes that his ministry, in conjunction with the much good work done by colleagues throughout the university, may do for some student what was so generously and effectively done for him during his undergraduate years at the Heights.
Boston University  
Fr. David Barnes - Contact 
Brandeis University  
Fr. Walter H. Cuenin - Contact 
Bridgewater State University  
Ms. Marlene DeLeon - Contact 
Curry College  
Fr. Gerald McKeon SJ - Contact 
Emerson College  
Kristelle Angelli - Contact 
Kristelle has been at Emerson since September of 2004. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from St. Michael’s College in Vermont, and a Master’s Degree in Christian Ministry from St. John’s Seminary in Brighton. She is co-founder of Our Lady of Hope Charities, a non-profit that brings aid to impoverished parishes in Rwanda and India.
Emmanuel College  
Rev. John Patrick Spencer, S.J., College Chaplain - Contact 
Fr. Spencer, a Jesuit, has extensive experience in pastoral ministry, working with college students in the residence halls at Boston College and as a clinical social worker. He holds degrees from Boston College, Weston School of Theology and Boston University School of Social Work.
Framingham State University  
Ms. Hai Ok Hwang - Contact 
Harvard University  
TBA - Contact
Laboure College  
Fr. John J Stagnaro
Massachusetts Institute of Technology  
Fr. Richard Clancy - Contact 
Fr. Clancy is the director of Campus Ministry for the Archdiocese of Boston. He joined MIT's ministry staff in 2006.
Merrimack College  
Fr. Keith Hollis OSA - Contact 
Northeastern University  
Brother Sam Gunn - Contact 
Br. Sam Gunn was born in Boston and grew up in Rhode Island. He graduated from Parsons School of Design in 1986 with a BFA in Communication Design and worked as a commercial artist in New York City. In 1990 Br. Sam answered a call to pursue a vocation to religious brotherhood in a new community, the Brotherhood of Hope. Br. Sam has worked in campus ministry for many years, including serving at Boston University before coming to Northeastern. He has a Masters in Ministry from St. John's Seminary in Brighton.
Regis College  
Sr. Elizabeth Conway CSJ - Contact 
Salem State University  
Catholic Spiritual Life Office - 978-542-6401
Suffolk University  
Interfaith Campus Ministry - Contact
Tufts University  
Ms. Lynn Cooper - Contact
University of Massachusetts, Boston  
Deacon Tam Tran - Contact
University of Massachusetts, Lowell  
Bernadine Kensinger - Contact
Berna has served as a full-time campus minister with the Catholic Center since Spring 2008. She received her B.A. in Philosophy from the State university of New York at Buffalo; a M.A in Music/Ethnomusicology from the State University of New York at Binghamton and a M.A. in Theology/Religious Studies from Providence College. She has previous ministerial experience in campus ministry and in a parish. Berna comes most recently from working in business as a Project and Program Manager and looks forward to meeting as many students, faculty and staff as she can. Contact her with any questions or concerns you may have.
Wellesley College  
Sr. Nancy Corcoran, CSJ - Contact
Sr. Nancy Corcoran was raised in Boston and attended Regis College, after which she joined the Lay Apostolate Movement and taught both primary and junior high students on a sugar plantation in Waipahu, Hawaii. After she entered religious life, she worked in New York, Missouri, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Illinois and Massachusetts. Since completing her graduate work at Harvard Divinity School, she has served as chaplain in a variety of ways and locations.