A lovely little chapel, very small, and difficult to visit and really look at when someone is in there meditating. Rather dark...pretty stained glass window at altar end. The garden surround was lovely and well tended, much color, and some little points of interest, e.g....更多
Built in the 1400s, this little chapel was transported from France to the Marquette U campus and reconstructed. The most intriguing part is a little nook inside the chapel, where the bottom stone is said to remain 10 degrees cooler than the rest of the...更多
An amazing find in the middle of Milwaukee. The Marquette campus is beautiful but finding a 15th century chappel there is amazing. A curator there took lots of time to explain details and not in a theoretical, theological way, but historically. Fabulous stop!
Hidden in the middle of Marquette's campus, I was fortunate to tour the inside of this church. It is the actual transplantation of a French chapel and looks like it would be a neat place to worship if you are in town during the week.
The oldest structure in Milwaukee that dates back to the early 15th century (circa 1420). The heart of the Catholic and Jesuit university community of Marquette University. Services and tours available.
Educational and Interesting time line from 1420's untill it's arriving in Milwaukee 1966.
If you know the history of St. Joan of Arc, this place will give you goosebumps. Even if you don't know her history, you can learn enough about her there in a few minutes to be awe-inspired. Don't miss this little gem in the middle...更多