Notre Dame’s Newest Chapel Dedicated & Blessed

The University of Notre Dame’s newest chapel was blessed July 19 by Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades of the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese.

The Chapel of Christ the Teacher was blessed and dedicated at the Institute for Educational Initiatives in Carole-Sandner Hall, home to the Alliance for Catholic Education program (ACE).

Among the Holy Cross priests affiliated with ACE, who attended the dedication and concelebrated Mass with the Bishop, were Rev. Timothy Scully, C.S.C., and Rev. Sean McGraw, C.S.C., who co-founded ACE in 1993 at Notre Dame — a Congregation of Holy Cross apostolate founded in 1842 — to address the need for talented and well-prepared young teachers in Catholic schools. By forming a new generation of committed, faith-filled Catholic school teachers, ACE sought to sustain and strengthen Catholic education, especially in under-resourced schools.

Read the entire story on the Bishop Rhoades’ blessing of the ACE chapel on Today’s Catholic’s website.

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