Madonna Della Strada Chapel
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Madonna della Strada is a chapel on the campus of Loyola University Chicago in the neighborhood of Rogers Park, Chicago: it is named after the motherchurch of the Jesuit Province of Chicago (one of the largest Jesuit provinces). The chapel was built on the lakefront with the waters of Lake Michigan directly at its front doorstep. The church was designed and built at a time when it was anticipated that Lake Shore Drive would be extended and pass directly in front, but that project was abandoned.
Renovation of Madonna della Strada began in July 2006 and concluded in August 2007.
The Madonna Della Strada Chapel is the main chapel on the Lake Shore Campus of Loyola University Chicago. The chapel was designed in the Art Deco Style and opened its doors to the Loyola University Chicago Community in 1938.
Katheryn "Kay" Stamm Memorial Organ
A new pipe organ by Goulding and Woodwas built and installed in 2008. The Katheryn "Kay" Stamm Memorial Organ has 70 ranks distributed over three manuals and pedal and played via a terraced console located in the rear gallery.
- Madonna Della Strada Chapel at Loyola University Chicago
- Katheryn "Kay" Stamm Memorial Organ by Goulding and Wood