Located in the Clairmont Center, Benet Chapel was constructed in 1991-1992 and accommodates about 100 for celebration of the Eucharist, silent reflection and meditation. Benefactors John and Glee McCormick provided the chapel in appreciation for the ministry of Father Blaine Cook, a priest of the Diocese of Bismarck who was a teacher, chaplain, and resident of the campus for a number of years.
In 2012 Benet Chapel was renovated through a generous gift of local farmers Mike and Linda Appert and rededicated on January 28, 2013.
Statuary, which includes "Christ of the Coming Down from the Cross," and the "Virgin of Autun," as well as the tabernacle door were handcrafted by monastics of the Community of Bethlehem in France. The inscription in Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and English on the base of the ceiling encircling the honey onyx skylight evokes Revelation 5:12: "Worthy is the Lamb who was slain, to receive power and riches, wisdom and strength, honor and glory, and blessing." Consult the Prayer and Sacraments Schedule for Mass and Adoration times.