The Duke Catholic Center is in transition right now as we prepare to settle into our new space in the Flowers Building! In the meantime, you can reach us in the following locations:
Fr. Michael Martin: Langford 056 (Divinity School). Step out from the Divinity Cafe facing the deck and turn right. At the intersection, go left towards the stairs, then left before you reach the stairs. Follow that hallway all the way to the end; Fr. Mike’s office is right across from the water fountain.
Ruth Anne Kennedy and Michelle Sutton: Smith Warehouse Bay 4, 2nd Floor. Go through the Bay 4 entrance, and immediately up the stairs to your left. Go left when you reach the second floor landing, then left again.
Evan Wescott : Chapel Basement 44B. Go through the wooden double doors at the back of the chapel, and it’s the first sliding door on your left. Alternatively, go to the lounge, and take the narrow hallway by the copier room, follow that and take your first left, and it’s the second sliding door (the one closer to the entrance).
Emma Miller – Chapel Basement 035. Go to the Chapel Basement lounge, and head towards the hallway by the coffee maker. It’s the first door on your right (look for the whiteboard on the wall!).
Fr. Brad Heckathorne, Catherine Preston, and Andrew Witchger have all remained at the Falcone-Arena House.
Goodson Chapel, the worship space for 11:00am Sunday Mass and Wednesday night Holy Hour during the academic year, can be found in the Duke Divinity School. The Divinity School is located to the North of Duke Chapel.
Duke Chapel is our worship space for 9 pm Sunday Mass.
Many of our activities are held at the Falcone-Arena House, located across from East Campus at the corner of Buchanan Boulevard and Trinity Avenue. Your DukeCard provides access to the house from 8 am until 10 pm, for prayer, study, quiet, gathering with friends, food, meetings, or whatever renews your spirit.