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Bought from the Episcopal Church in 1950, the Kennedy Chapel on the University of West Georgia campus in Carrollton was originally the parish church for the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic community. It was located on White Street before it was moved to the current campus location in 1964 and named for the late president John F. Kennedy.Photo By Michael Alexander
Bought from the Episcopal Church in 1950, the Kennedy Chapel on the University of West Georgia campus in Carrollton was originally the parish church for the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic community. It was located on White Street before it was moved to the current campus location in 1964 and named for the late president John F. Kennedy.

Carrollton

University of West Georgia students foster their faith at JFK Chapel

CARROLLTON— College students, some carrying backpacks and others in shorts, left their dorm rooms on the University of West Georgia campus as the temperature hovered in the low 30s. They filed into the white frame chapel with an exposed beam ceiling and took up half of the wooden pews of the John F. Kennedy Chapel. […] Full Story