The Dominican House of Studies does not provide housing for PFIC students. The following residences are however available to students. Inquiries and arrangements should be made directly with each facility.
Rosary House of Studies
Rosary House is located within a ten minute walk and is the home of the Dominican Sisters of the Presentation. They have facilities for housing young women, but space is limited. All rooms are single. Breakfast foods and dinner are provided during the week.
Rosary House is located at 1201 Monroe St., NE, Washington, DC 20017
For more information, please contact Sr. Martha Escobar, O.P., at (202) 529-1768 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Centro Maria Residence
This residence is located within two blocks and offers housing for women only, ages 18-30. Rates are for single air-conditioned rooms in a smoke free building and include breakfast and dinner six days a week. Facilities include a chapel, dining room, laundry, TV room and limited maid service.
Centro Maria Residence is located at 650 Jackson St., NE, Washington, DC 20017
For more information, please contact Sr. Clara Echeverria, R.M.I., at (202) 635-1697.
Casa Sacri Cuori
Casa Sacri Cuori is a residence run by the Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts which offers housing for women studying or working in the Washington, D.C., area. Rates are for single unconditioned rooms in a smoke-free building. Applications may be made in writing or in person. Rates include all utilities paid, large common library, cable Internet service in each room, washer and dryer, large chapel, large kitchen with unlimited use, and large common dining room and TV room. Limited maid service. Some parking is available off main road, but is limited. Unlimited phone use in the continental USA. Casa Sacri Cuori is 5 min walk to the red line (CU) metro station and 10 min walk to Catholic University.
Casa Sacri Cuori is located at 1321 Otis St., NE, Washington, DC 20017
For more information, please contact Sr. Ada Grano, P.O.S.C., at (202) 526-0130 or see www.littleworkers.org.
The St. Francis Friary is a house of formation for the Capuchin community. All student residents are required to participate in common prayer, meals and help maintain the house. The most likely candidates are men religious. The fee includes all food and lodging.
The Friary is located at 4121 Harewood Rd,, NE, Washington, DC 20017
For more information, please contact (202) 529-2188.
The Catholic University of America has apartment listings, many of which are near the Pontifical Faculty. These accommodations are available in privately-owned homes, apartments, and rooming houses.
Other Housing Leads
In addition to these listings, the registrar at email@example.com or (202) 495-3836 may be able to assist persons on an individual basis.