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Spiritual Life

Guiding students toward a life path

Nathaniel Hibner saw the religious life in his mind's rearview mirror during high school. Nathaniel Hibner saw the religious life in his mind's rearview mirror during high school. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Rich Barlow
May 17, 2008

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You'd expect the Jesuit-run Boston College to guide students seeking to be Jesuit priests. But at a time when a priest and nun shortage bedevils the Roman Catholic Church across its religious orders and dioceses, BC is taking, if you will, a more catholic approach. (Full article: 896 words)

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