The Shrine's New Website!

The Rector of the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy, Fr. Anthony Gramlich, MIC, is pleased to announce the new website of the National Shrine.

"In creating this new website, we wanted to modernize our look and design and make our website more user friendly than ever before," Fr. Anthony said. "It's easy to navigate and makes information about the Shrine and its events easier to find." is now the home of all information one would want to plan a pilgrimage to the National Shrine, including the times for daily Mass, confession, and prayer at the Shrine, an updated calendar of events, easy to use online bus registration forms, and directions.

"We hope to post photos and videos of the Shrine, and even possibly a virtual tour of the Shrine, in the coming months to help people visualize and plan their pilgrimage to the Shrine ahead of time," Fr. Anthony added. "We hope to better advertise all that the Shrine and Eden Hill has to offer so that even the lesser known "little" Shrines on the Hill will be visited as well, like the Mother of Mercy Outdoor Shrine, the Shrine of the Holy Innocents, the Shrine of the Holy Family, our Immaculate Conception Grotto and Candle Shrine, and of course, the life-size Stations of the Cross."

"I hope that this new website is like a little taste, an appetizer, of all that our Shrine has to offer," Fr. Anthony shared. "All of this is to help make pilgrims feel more welcome to the Shrine and part of what we do in spreading God's mercy."

Visit today to check out the new website, upcoming events at the Shrine, and to plan your upcoming pilgrimage!

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