Chaplaincy at Babson

Chaplaincy at Babson

The Multifaith team is comprised of chaplains from the Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, and Protestant faiths, but they all serve the entire Babson Community.

Our chaplains aim to strengthen faith and spiritual identities, provide space for interfaith discussion and address current social and religious challenges in the world. Our chaplain team are also Title IX Confidential Resources.

Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that”

– Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

There are many reasons to meet and talk with a chaplain, here are a few:

Spiritual Guidance and Direction

Students that are looking for direction and guidance with their faith or spiritual journey should reach out to one of our Chaplains. We believe our guidance and direction is only a resource and we are here to assist students not make decisions for them.

Faith, Religious and Moral Questions

Students that are interested in asking Big Life Questions are welcome to connect with one or all of our Chaplain staff. We are open to conversations that may or may not attain to our specific faiths but focus on existential questions as well as what is morally right and wrong.

Identity

Students that are in the midst of understanding their faith incongruent with their other identities and/or have conflicts within their identities are encouraged to speak with a Chaplain. We know the importance of self-discovery and are here to partner with you on the journey.

Relationships

Students that are having a hard time adjusting to college life, conflict with roommates or friends and/or hard time fitting in or feeling as they belong would find comfort in meeting with a Chaplain.

Pastoral Counseling and Crisis

Students that are experiencing spiritual, emotional and/or mental challenges are welcome to speak with a Chaplain. We will provide pastoral/spiritual tools, one on one advising and able to suggest other campus partners that may benefit you during your time of discomfort.

Learn More about the Chaplains through Their Writings