The Albertus Magnus Chapel located in Sitzmann Hall Catholic Studies Building is dedicated to Saint Albertus Magnus, the Dominican philosopher, theologian, scientist and later bishop who was the teacher of Saint Thomas Aquinas. The Chapel incorporates stained glass windows of four saints: Augustine, John the Baptist, Joan of Arc, and Louis, King of France from a closed parish outside of Boston. It also contains statues of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Albertus Magnus as well as relics of Saints Augustine, Monica and Thomas More; Philip Neri, Blessed John Henry Newman and Dominic Barberi; Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas; Elizabeth Ann Seton and John Neuman.
Monday - Thursday: 5:05 p.m. during the Fall semester
8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Mondays during the Fall semester.