About the Chapel
The St. Mary's Chapel, which was dedicated in 2012 by then-Archbishop John Vlazny, is based on the architecture of the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, located in Ravenna, Italy. Galla Placidia was a devout Christian and the daughter of Emperor Theodosius I. The mausoleum was reportedly the first Christian building built in the shape of a Greek cross.
The Chapel features an Italian tile roof, travertine floor, niches for bas-relief sculpture, and thirty-two stained-glass windows produced by local artist Kevin Christman. The art in each of the four arms of the chapel is thematic, representing four stages in the journey of growth and faith: parenting and nurturing; call and response in service; teaching and learning; and sending forth. For information on naming opportunities inside the St. Mary's Chapel please click here.
Schedule of Liturgies
November 2, 9, 16, 30
January 4, 11, 18, 25
February 1, 8, 15, 22
March 8, 15
April 5, 12, 19, 26
May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
Unless otherwise noted, Masses will be presided over by a priest from Sacred Heart Parish
Please click here for the Daily Readings.
For information about special events or Mass intentions, please contact Sophia Palosaari.
To Schedule your wedding at the Chapel, the Bride and/or Groom must be a faculty, staff, or graduate. All reservations are made by calling Sarah Naumes Primerano '97 at 541-414-1276 or email her at email@example.com
Upon choosing your wedding date and time, St. Mary's will provide you a contract declaring your acceptance of our terms and policies. This contract and all fees must be submitted to St. Mary's School before we confirm your booking.
The Bride and Groom are responsible for coordinating an officiant for their wedding.
If you will be having a Catholic wedding, please coordinate your eligibility for having a Catholic wedding with Sacred Heart Church.
The chapel can be a beautiful and serene setting for non-catholic weddings as well. We welcome couples who stem from other backgrounds and invite you to share our sacred space. Civil ceremonies officiated by a justice of the peace or other civil servant are permitted in the St. Mary's Chapel.
Rules and Regulations
Only sacred music is allowed inside the chapel.
Do not cover or put anything to obstruct the tabernacle
No nailing, tacking or taping is allowed on the pews
Nothing can be hung from the walls of the chapel
Garlands are permitted inside the chapel
Candles are permitted inside the chapel
Birdseed is permitted outside the chapel
No food or drink is allowed inside the chapel
For more information, please contact Sarah Naumes Primerano '97, Advancement and Alumni Relations Officer at 541-414-1276 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the St. Mary's community on December 14, 2016 from 7pm-8:30pm for our annual
Carols by Candlelight!
There will be musical performances and and open caroling for everyone.
Bring warm clothes and blankets-the activities will take place in both the chapel and Grace Courtyard.
Cookies and hot chocolate will be served.