Visitors are both awed and inspired by the chapel's size and inherent old world beauty.
Opened in 1933 as the centerpiece of Providence Mother House, home and congregational seat of the Sisters of Providence, it retains its place of honor today welcoming all to treasure its exquisite spiritual setting for reflection and prayer.
The Sisters of Providence Chapel is one hundred thirty-five feet long, 50 feed wide, and 60 ft high. It can comfortably seat 375 people. The columns and arches are made of tooled cast stone and it's side walls feature panels of rouge antique marble and 10 foot high wainscoting.
The chapels main focal point is an Italian marble alter centered in the sanctuary beneath a breathtakingly beautiful baldachino of Venetian mosaic, its under cap depicting the descent of the Holy Spirit.