THE HARVARD CATHOLIC CENTER THROUGH THE YEARS
Catholics at Harvard and beyond consider the HCC their go-to place for growing in their spiritual, social, and intellectual life
The Harvard Catholic Club is first organized by Catholic students from various departments with the support of Harvard President Charles Eliot
Karol Wojtyla, Archbishop of Krakow, speaks at Harvard during a summer session. He would become Pope John Paul II two years later.
The HCC entrance and building is remodeled to include student lounge, meeting rooms, and library, making it a common gathering space for Catholics at Harvard
October 29, 2020