Wright State chapel wins design award


The new chapel that houses the Catholic Campus Ministry at Wright State University will receive a design award from the American Institute of Architects Ohio next month.

The $1 million St. John Bosco Chapel replaced an A-frame building that was meant to be a temporary home for the ministry when it was constructed from a vacation home kit by students in 1972, said the Rev. Edward Burns.

The new 5,000-square-foot chapel seats 150 and features a fully equipped kitchen, multipurpose room, gathering space and offices for staff. It is also fully accessible.

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