All Saints Chapel

Transforming Spiritual Life 

Decorative Arches

The work to place our spiritual life at the historic center of campus is now a reality with the opening and dedication of  All Saints Chapel on November 1, 2017.

Carroll College is privileged to provide for the spiritual needs of the college community. With this honor is the desire to create sacred and welcoming spaces for our growing liturgical programs to provide students of all faiths the opportunity to explore and nurture their spirituality. 

The All Saints Chapel provides a welcoming and reverent place for the college community to worship together and appropriate facilities to support growing campus ministry programs and service activities, along with areas that promote personal reflection, prayer and growth in the Holy Spirit.

Take a look back as the chapel came to life in the construction photo gallery.

I know that God lives on Carroll’s campus, but maybe it’s more tangible here. Without knowing it, without saying it, without speaking about it, students, faculty and staff are just more aware of that reality. And that’s a great gift.

- Archbishop Raymond G. Hunthausen (Carroll president, 1957-62)




You can still be a part of this transformative and lasting piece of Carroll College history.

While the chapel is now open to students for weekly mass, key features of the space remain to be completed. Construction to date has been made possible by generous donations from alumni, friends and supporters of the college, but we're not done yet!

Join us today. Become a part of the legacy making All Saints Chapel a reality.


Dedication: November 1st, 2017 

All Saints Chapel was dedicated on November 1st, the Solemnity of All Saints. Students, faculty, staff, board members, alumni, donors, and many who were involved in the creation of the chapel gathered during events throughout the day to mark this special occasion. The video of the dedication Mass is available to watch in the banner at the top of this page.

San Damiano Cross

The San Damiano Cross by Dick Tobin

Stained Glass

Stained Glass by Debora Coombs