About Grandpont

 

Grandpont House is a late-Georgian building constructed over a branch of the Thames, overlooking Christ Church Meadows in central Oxford.

 

Since 1959 it has acted as a venue for academic, cultural, outreach and religious activities for students and others.

 

Like many other such university centres throughout the world, its establishment was inspired by St Josemaría Escrivá, the founder of Opus Dei.