Yeah, that seems kind of incongruous, doesn't it. But here's the deal - as you can find from Marquette University's website - this small, stone chapel was decaying in France and brought stone by stone to Long Island in the 1920's and then somehow dismantled again and reassembled on Marquette University's campus. It is a treasure and is usually open between 10-4 each day. Finding it is a bit of a challenge but if you park on 16th St., just south of Wisconsin Ave., just south of the Haggerty Building is a sidewalk to the quadrangle. Take that sidewalk to the east and you'll find the chapel. If you can't park on 16th St., know that's the area and just ask people - someone will know where the chapel is. And while you're in the area, you might also want to pay a visit for Gesu church - this one is MUCH larger, built in the late 1800's and a testimonial to German craftmanship. It's home to the Jesuits which is reflected in some of the stained glass windows. Go to Gesu's website to find out about FREE parking nearby.