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Directions to St. Ignatius
      
    
 
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St. Ignatius Church is in the Chestnut Hill section of Newton, on the northern edge of the Boston College Campus.  It is located on Commonwealth Avenue (Route 30) at approximately mile 21.4 of the Boston Marathon course.  Parking is generally available in the immediate area.  We always meet in front of the Dunkin Donuts shop directly across Commonwealth Avenue from St. Ignatius Church. 

Chestnut Hill/Boston College Area.
By Car

From Points North and South of Boston:

Take Route 128 (Interstate 95) to Exit #24 (Route 30). Proceed east on Route 30 (Commonwealth Avenue) for approximately 5.5 miles. St. Ignatius Church is located on the right approximately 3/10 of a mile beyond the Boston College main gate.

From Points West of Boston:

Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90) to Exit #17 (Newton). At the first set of lights after the exit ramp, take a right onto Centre Street. Follow Centre Street to the fourth set of lights, and turn left onto Commonwealth Avenue (Route 30). Follow Commonwealth for approximately 1.3 miles. St. Ignatius Church is located on the right approximately 3/10 of a mile beyond the Boston College main gate.

From Downtown Boston:

Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90) to Exit #17 (Newton). Take a left over the bridge after passing the Sheraton Tara Hotel. Take the first right onto Centre Street. Follow Centre Street to the fourth set of lights, and turn left onto Commonwealth Avenue (Route 30). Follow Commonwealth for approximately 1.3 miles. St. Ignatius Church is located on the right approximately 3/10 of a mile beyond the Boston College main gate.


By Public Transportation

From Boston:

From any Green Line outbound station take a train marked "B" or "Boston College". Go to the last stop on the line (Boston College). Commonwealth Avenue and St. Ignatius Church are directly in front of you.

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, April 18, 2017