IHM Center1512 University Avenue
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The IHM Center is located on beautiful, spacious grounds that are adjacent to the Marywood University campus. Built in 1962, it was originally known as the Novitiate Building. The facility became an important part of Marywood's history when the IHM Motherhouse was destroyed by fire in 1971. Sisters relocated to several buildings on campus, and the Junior Professed moved to the Noviate Building. In the next few years, the building was repurposed and redesigned to become the IHM Center, with many displaced sisters moving into the third floor of the building.
Today, the IHM Center is a vibrant hub of activity and community. Surrounded by lovely, carefully-tended grounds, the Center houses IHM Sisters, a beautiful chapel, congregation offices, the Theresa Maxis Conference Center, parlors, and meeting rooms. The IHM Center hosts hundreds of visitors each year.