OW IN ITS sixth decade, the
chapel has served as a centerpiece for many university events, concerts,
religious holidays, as well as more somber events such as the funeral service for
Pennsylvania Senator H. John Heinz III. Like its history, the chapel's
architecture and stained glass windows celebrate the breadth and fullness of our
intellectual and spiritual heritage.
The spiritual tide in men rises and falls," said Chancellor John G. Bowman at
the cornerstone dedication ceremonies in February 1934. "Through these changes,
the chapel will stand, calm and undisturbed."