“O Lord, I love the beauty of your house and the place where your glory dwells.” (Psalm 26:8.)

The liturgical space of our chapel cannot be understood without the theology of the Second Vatican Council, which the chapel incarnates in aesthetical forms. Its design communicates Theology, Ecclesiology, Liturgy and Spirituality.

The design of the chapel helps us to have a more vivid experience of the mystery of our salvation, which is the Eucharist.

One of the most important places of the seminary is “The Sanctuary of the Word”, a sacred place, full of signs and important details, like Creation represented in colorful stain glass windows and the big marble wall as a symbol of death, broken by our Savior in the open doors of the tabernacle. In this place the seminarians pray with the Word of God, in an environment of prayer, so that little by little they become “men of the Word.”