Catholic Ministry at Georgetown

Effective immediately and until further notice:

All daily masses in Dahlgren Chapel and Copley Crypt Chapel, confessions, and all Sunday Masses in Dahlgren Chapel are suspended.

Mass will be live-streamed from Dahlgren at 7:00 pm on Sundays from the Georgetown University Facebook Page.

Public attendance will NOT be allowed at the 7:00 pm Sunday Mass in Dahlgren Chapel.


A Message from the Catholic Ministry Team

Dear friends,

Given all the changes that are quickly going on around us, we would like to offer some initial information on ways we hope will keep us connected in a virtual world.

First, starting Sunday, March 22, we will livestream one Mass each Sunday from Dahlgren Chapel. This Mass will not include a congregation, but it will be familiar to you, in our beloved Chapel, with the homilies of our beloved Jesuit Priests and music that you love. 

Second, in the next couple of weeks we will be rolling out various ways for you to stay connected to each other and to your faith as part of our plan for “spiritual continuity.” To start, watch for the daily Inspirational Messages from our Chaplains, which will be posted starting Monday.

Third, you can sign up for virtual office hours with any campus minister. Below are direct links to the appointment calendars of the three Catholic Chaplains. After you select a time for an appointment, we will email you a link to hop onto a Zoom call. 

Jim Wickman:
Michelle Siemietkowski:
Carmen Fitzsimmons:

Watch for more as we go along. 

Georgetown Catholic Ministry Team

Georgetown University’s Catholic chaplaincy serves our students, faculty and staff, inviting them to grow in relationship with God, deepen their faith, and build community. We provide for the sacramental and pastoral needs of the community through liturgy, retreats, faith-sharing communities, educational lectures, service and justice programs, opportunities for interreligious engagement, social events and much more.

Be sure to join us at Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart, spiritual home for all at Georgetown University. Here we worship regularly with students, faculty, and staff through a variety of liturgies. Both the daily masses and weekend liturgies offer a mix of quiet contemplation as well as upbeat celebration. You are also welcome at Copley Crypt Chapel in Copley Hall, a more intimate place for prayerful gathering and individual prayer.

We welcome you to join us and hope to see you at one of our many events. We have something for everyone!

For inquiries, please email