Chapel Services and Institutes
The lower level of the Chapel houses Walsh University's Division of Theology, numerous classrooms, faculty offices, and several institutes, including:
The Office of Chaplain at Walsh University is responsible for the pastoral care of the students, faculty and staff in developing and fostering the mission of the university as a Catholic institution. Through liturgical worship, learning and social opportunities, the Office of the Chaplain helps students and the entire University community to develop in mind and spirit.
Catholic Studies Institute
The Institute, founded in 2003, is designed to promote an environment of learning and reflection, offering a selection of educational, pastoral and topical programs that foster a continuing collaboration with the Diocese of Youngstown and local and neighboring diocesan and ecumenical ecclesial and religious communities. The institute sponsors Catholic-oriented theological, inter-disciplinary and inter-cultural programs, including lectures, seminars, and workshops.
Institute of Jewish-Catholic Studies
Headed by Rabbi John Spitzer, the Jewish-Catholic Institute of Walsh University promotes dialog and study of Jewish and Christian history, thought, and belief. The institute oversees the Wilkof Jewish Study Project and sponsors scholars, courses, conferences, and inter-faith dialogues designed to promote understanding, morality, and good will.