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How many chapels or sacred spaces do we have at Seattle University, and how are they used?

October 25, 2010

Sacred spaces on campus

Q:  How many chapels or sacred spaces do we have at Seattle University, and how are they used?

 

Chris Joseph Taylor

A:   Nick Coffman, university chapels coordinator in Campus Ministry, writes that we have five chapels/sacred spaces on campus, including the Chapel  of St. Ignatius, Immaculate Conception Chapel in the Administration Building, the Chardin Hall Chapel, and the Ecumenical Chapel and Multifaith prayer room, which are both in Campion Hall.

“Last year we recorded almost 30 weddings and 30 tours in the Chapel of St. Ignatius, more than 500 regularly scheduled Masses in our chapels and almost 200 other prayer/worship events,” Coffman writes. “Events in the chapels vary from Masses, School and Theology and Ministry Morning and Evening Prayer, St. Egidio Prayer Community gatherings, Ecumenical and Multi-faith prayer services, Reconciliation services, lectures, tours, weddings, fellowship gatherings…We have a very vibrant prayer life on campus!”