MARK YOUR CALENDAR Plans are being formulated for the First Diocesan Pilgrimage Sunday, May 3, 2015 Bishop John Gaydos will celebrate the Mass at 2:00 pm A pilgrimage on Shrine grounds will be followed with reception. Committees are being formed and you are invited to serve on a committee. Call 573-374-6279
CHRISTMAS! We will have the Gift Shop open during the Festival of Lights: Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings from 5:00 till 8:00; serving Hot Chocolate and Hot Cider. We need your help in manning the Gift Shop. It is an opportunity to meet people, welcome them to St. Pat’s and the Mothers’ Shrine, and hopefully sell a few things. Please call the office – 374.6279 – and let Rose know which nights you can help. Last...
The kiosk is located near the entrance to the Shrine grounds just left of the Pillars. You can look up a loved one’s name on the Mothers’ Wall of Life and/or submit a name to be engraved on the Wall. We again invite you to submit a biography on the loved one whose name you have engraved on the Mothers’ Wall of Life along with a photo of that person.
Check it out!! We finished the “C” section (lower level) and started engraving on the granite around the upper pools. You can always give the gift of a Mother’s name on the Wall for Christmas. It won’t be engraved until later, but you will receive a beautiful gold certificate to give for Christmas. All the Masses and prayers that are said at the Mothers’ Shrine are said for those mothers and their families. Call...
With what price we pay for the glory of motherhood.Give the gift that lasts more than a lifetime by engraving your name.
Grounds open at all times.
Daily week-day Mass inside church:
Mon through Fri — 9AM
Donations greatly appreciated!
The shrine was constructed in the mid-1980′s as a way to honor Mary, the mother of Jesus and to handle the overflow crowds at the summer services. In 2003, the shrine was recognized as the 16th National Shrine in the United States.
The Mother’s Wall is a tribute to all mothers, living or deceased. Patrons can visit the shrine at any time to view these names. Patrons can also purchase space for future engravings.
• The Mother’s Shrine sculpture
• Fountains beneath the sculpture
• The Mother’s Wall of Life
• St. Patrick’s cathedral
• Avenue of Flags
• Kneeling shrines
• The 10 Commandments
• Statue of St. Patrick