A Catholic residential community at the University of Chicago
In a commitment to enriching Catholic communities for university students, the Lumen Christi Institute and Calvert House have partnered to offer a Catholic residential community for graduate students. In addition to opportunities for social activities and educational programs, the house has a private chapel. While the community is intended for graduate male students, mature undergraduate students are also welcome to apply. The house has capacity for 9 male student residents.
As an intentional Catholic residence, the residents participate in a house dinner and communal prayer once a week.
Designed by famous architect Mifflin Bell, this historic Victorian mansion is a Hyde Park gem. “Architect Mifflin Bell had a distinguished career ... He worked for Alfred Piquenard during the design and early construction of the Illinois State Capitol in the late 1870s and early 1880s. From 1883 to 1886, as the supervising architect at the U.S. Treasury Department, Bell oversaw the design of dozens of post offices….and was part of the commission that got the Washington Monument completed” – Dennis Rodkin, Crain’s Chicago Business
A former Victorian mansion, the house is located at 5554 S. Woodlawn Ave.
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