For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them. – Matthew 18:20
In 2015, the Diocese of Providence reopened and rededicated the newly renovated McVinney Auditorium. As the diocese prepared to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin expressed his desire that McVinney Auditorium would return to its former glory and serve as an inspiring gathering space, as well as provide a lasting legacy for Bishop McVinney. Following an eighteen month long renovation project, the venue now boasts new audio visual equipment (sound and projection), new furnishings and sparkling new lobby. Handicapped accessible, this 750 seat auditorium is centrally located in Downtown Providence and is a wonderful location for ceremonies, lectures, performances, screenings and more.
Perfect for church and community events, McVinney Auditorium has once again become a regular gathering place. McVinney Auditorium is available to host important occasions like graduations and similar ceremonies, as well as host lectures and more.
Located between Downtown Providence and the Broad Street neighborhoods, the McVinney Auditorium is an ideal addition to the canvas of Rhode Island’s capital city..
Read more in the Rhode Island Catholic.