At the former entrance to the chapel is the Shrine of the Mother of the Savior (pictured). This image depicts Mary as a woman of deep faith holding a scroll of scripture and teaching her son Jesus, who is looking up to his mother. Mary is depicted with one arm around her son, the other holding the scroll, a tender image of a parent teaching her child in the way of the Lord. On the scroll Mary holds we read from the Prophet Isaiah, written in Greek, “The spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me.”
The Reconciliation Chapel is located to the right of the sanctuary. The two windows have natural light and create a beautiful, luminous and welcoming environment for prayer and reconciliation. The windows are richly colored and give a subtle message about one who is lost and then found. The window to the right has three flowers and the window on the left has one, giving the sense that the single flower has been found and will be gathered into the fold. The orchids are a subtle tribute to Sylvia DuBois, HA ’46†, whose generosity allowed the vision of this chapel to be realized.