Packer Memorial Church is currently an Episcopal church on campus. On Sundays, Roman-Catholic mass is usually held at 9:00 pm in the chapel. It is also available for weddings in which at least one of the parties is a Lehigh University student or alumnus. It used to be the location of the freshman convocation which is held during orientation at the beginning of each school year, however due to the growing class size, in 2007 convocation was moved to the larger Baker Auditorium in the Zoellner Arts Center. There have been rumors that secret catacombs are located underneath the foundation of the chapel. The original founders of Lehigh University, including Asa Packer, are supposedly buried there. However, in reality, "The Catacombs", was named on February 1, 1969 for a coffee house in the basement of the church. It soon became disused and was later a social meeting place for graduate student.Asa Packer, on the other hand, was buried in the Mauch Chunk Cemetery, Jim Thorpe, PA, where his mansion was located.