The Walsh University Chapel, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, is named in honor of the patroness of the Brothers of Christian Instruction - Walsh's Founders. In reverence of the Founders' Mission of providing for students' spiritual needs, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel serves as a visible commitment to the Catholic heritage of Walsh University.

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For information regarding Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel, please call 330-244-4733.

HOLY MASS AND MINISTRY SCHEDULE 

May-August (Summer Schedule)

All Holy Masses and Services are OPEN to the public as well as the Walsh Community.  We ask all visitors to the Our Lady of Perpetual Help chapel to observe a reverent silence, especially while inside the chapel sanctuary area.

Daily scripture readings from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: Click Here 

Holy Mass Schedule (Located in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel)

Adoration and Confession offered 30 minutes prior to Holy Mass

  • No Sunday Holy Mass (please see local parishes for their schedules)
  • Monday-Friday:  11 a.m. 

Feast Days  

  • Feast days can be found from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: Click Here 

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (Located in the GLC St. Teresa of Calcutta Chapel)

  • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will resume in August upon the start of classes.  Please check back for an updated schedule. 

Prayer Opportunities and Other Events


Holy Mass Intentions
  • If you would like a Holy Mass to be offered for a special intention, please call Our Lady of Perpetual Help chapel at (330) 244-4733, and we will be happy to coordinate a day for your special intention.  If not a student or faculty/staff member of Walsh University requesting the Holy Mass intention, we ask you to prayerfully consider making a donation to the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel.  

Please Note: Weekday Holy Mass schedule is subject to the Walsh University academic calendar. However, Sunday Holy Masses will be held regardless of the academic schedule. Holy Masses will not be held the week of Christmas or Easter.