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Artwork

The Bible Series

Marc Chagall’s The Bible series is a collection of 105 hand-colored, religious-themed etchings depicting scenes from the Old Testament.

Madonna of Port Lligat

The Madonna of Port Lligat is the name of two paintings by Salvador Dalí. The first was created in 1949 and is housed in the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette.

The Miserere Series

In Miserere, Georges Rouault makes recurring use of sacramental symbols and devotional imagery originating in the Middle Ages.

The Saint John's Bible

The Saint John's Bible includes 160 illuminations, reflecting a contemporary approach to biblical interpretation and incorporating imagery from both Eastern and Western religious traditions.

Chapels

Abbottsford Hall Chapel

This chapel is open and accessible to Abbottsford Hall residents whenever the hall is open.

Carpenter Tower Hall Chapel

The Carpenter Tower Hall chapel is decorated with images of saints from around the world.

Chapel of The Holy Family

Located in the Alumni Memorial Union, the Chapel of the Holy Family is one chapel made up of several components.

Church of The Gesu

Church of the Gesu is a Gothic-style church that was completed and dedicated on December 16, 1894.

Cobeen Hall Chapel

This chapel is open and accessible to Cobeen Hall residents whenever the hall is open.

Donald Schneider Chapel

This chapel is open to the Jesuits residing or staying at the Dr. E. J. O’Brien Jesuit Residence.

Eucharistic Chapel

The Eucharistic Chapel is located in the Alumni Memorial Union as part of the Chapel of the Holy Family.

Madonna Della Strada Chapel

The Madonna Della Strada Chapel, named in honor of the first Jesuit church in Rome, offers Marquette community members a quiet, intimate space inside Zilber Hall.

Mashuda Hall Chapel

This chapel is open and accessible to Mashuda Hall residents whenever the hall is open.

McCabe Hall Chapel

This chapel is open and accessible to McCabe Hall residents whenever the hall is open.

O’Donnell Hall Chapel

This chapel is open and accessible to O’Donnell Hall residents whenever the hall is open.

St. Edmund Campion Chapel

The Chapel of St. Edmund Campion is open to the Law School and Marquette community whenever Eckstein Hall is open.

St. Ignatius Chapel

This chapel is open and accessible to Straz Tower Hall residents whenever the hall is open.

St. Joan of Arc Chapel

St. Joan of Arc Chapel was constructed late in the 14th or early in the 15th century in southeastern France, near the city of Lyon.

St. Thérèse of Lisieux chapel

The St. Thérèse of Lisieux chapel is located in The Commons.

Schroeder Hall Chapel

This chapel is open and accessible to Schroeder Hall residents whenever the hall is open.

Rooms

Center For Jewish Life

The Center for Jewish Life at Marquette serves as a program and meeting space for Jewish and non-Jewish students looking to learn more about the Jewish religion and culture.

Interfaith Meditation and Prayer Space

Located in the Alumni Memorial Union, room 233, the Interfaith Meditation and Prayer Space is open daily for individual prayer and meditation.

Islamic Prayer Room

Located in the Alumni Memorial Union, room 231, the Islamic Prayer Room offers opportunities for individual prayer throughout the day.

Statues

Christ Arisen

Located west of the Varsity Theatre, just north of Wisconsin Avenue, Christ Arisen features Christ with his arms down and extended in an open, loving gesture.

Father Marquette

This bronze statue honors the 17th-century French, Jesuit missionary and explorer for whom Marquette University is named.

Grotto of the Blessed Virgin

The Grotto of the Blessed Virgin is located just west of St. Joan of Arc Chapel.

Jacques Marquette

This marble statue of Father Marquette is a replica of the statue representing Wisconsin in the National Statuary Hall Collection in the U.S. Capitol.

St. Ignatius

Located outside of the Chapel of the Holy Family in the Alumni Memorial Union, this bronze statue was given to Marquette in memory of Geraldine E. Keane, Arts ’38.

Mother Teresa

This statue of Mother Teresa holding a child was dedicated in 2009 and is located just west of St. Joan of Arc Chapel in the heart of campus.