Ecumenical Chapel

Picture of the ecumenical chapel. Orange colored wood flooring with two rows of chairs on either sided of the image. There is an altar in the back of the image with stained glass windows on either sided, and a painting of St. Ignatius on the left wall.

Renovated in 2022, the Ecumenical Chapel is the former Jesuit Residence chapel. It is a space for our Catholic faith communities, Taize prayer, bible studies, and meetings. The chapel hosts the first of a new series of artwork added at the close of its renovation, including the Icon of Convalescence of St. Ignatius. We hope to install more sacred religious art in the coming years. The Ecumenical Chapel foyer is also used as the bridal preparation space for all weddings taking place in Dalgren Chapel next door. It’s located on the first floor of Isaak Hawkins Hall, accessible from its entrance in Dahlgren Quad.