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Weekly Devotions

Rosary
Monday – Saturday 11:45 a.m.

General Info

Location

5250 Justin Road
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601


*Hours

Grounds Open Daily
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

​Gift Shop Hours: Click Here

Café Hours: Click Here

 

*Please note the closed dates in 2024
March 29: Good Friday
March 30: Holy Saturday

Holy Mass

Monday – Saturday
8:30 a.m. English
12:15 p.m. English

Sunday
9:00 a.m. Traditional Latin
11:00 a.m. Spanish
1:00 p.m. English

​Church Pilgrimage

A Guided Pilgrimage at the Shrine Church is available by request with advanced notice.

Reservations: (608) 519-4429

More information.

Adoration

Monday – Saturday
3:00 p.m.

Benediction

Thursday
4:00 p.m.

​Confession

Monday – Saturday
8:00 a.m. & 11:45 a.m.

​Sunday
8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 12.30 p.m.

Stations of the Cross

Fridays
2:15 p.m.

General Info

Location

5250 Justin Road
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601

*Hours

Grounds Open Daily
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

​Gift Shop Hours: Click Here

Café Hours: Click Here

*Please note the closed dates in 2024
March 29: Good Friday
March 30: Holy Saturday

​Church Pilgrimage

A Guided Pilgrimage at the Shrine Church is available by request with advanced notice.

Reservations: (608) 519-4429

More information.

Mass Schedule

Rosary
Monday – Saturday 11:45 a.m.

Holy Mass

Monday – Saturday
8:30 a.m. English
12:15 p.m. English

Sunday
9:00 a.m. Traditional Latin
11:00 a.m. Spanish
1:00 p.m. English

Weekly Devotions

Adoration

Monday – Saturday
3:00 p.m.

Benediction

Thursday
4:00 p.m.

​Confession

Monday – Saturday
8:00 a.m. & 11:45 a.m.

​Sunday
8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 12.30 p.m.

Stations of the Cross

Fridays
2:15 p.m.

Latest News

February 27, 2024
  • Saint Gabriel of Sorrows Relic Veneration

    February 27, 2024

    Public veneration of 1st-Class Relics takes place at the conclusion of the Holy Masses. However, should the Saint’s Feast Day fall on a Sunday or a Solemnity, there may not be a public venera­tion of that Saint’s relic, however, the relic will be available for private veneration upon request.

    See more details

March 2, 2024
  • First Saturday Devotions

    March 2, 2024  5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

    First Saturday Devotions:
    11:30 am – Meditation
    11:45 am – Rosary and Confessions
    12:15 pm – Holy Mass

    See more details

March 9, 2024
  • Lenten Day of Reflection

    March 9, 2024

    Theme: The Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Hell, & Heaven

    8:00 am - Shrine Opens
    8:30 am - Mass with Confession Available All Day
    9:00 am - Exposition
    9:30 am - Death: Hope or Fear by Dcn. Chris Kabat
    11:00 am - Judgment: The Truth of Each Person's Relationship with God Laid Bare by Fr. Raymond Perez, O.Praem.
    11:45 am - Rosary
    12:10 pm - Reposition
    12:15 pm - Mass or Lunch (Café)
    1:00 pm - Adoration or Lunch (Café)
    2:00 pm - Hell: Hereafter and Here-and-Now by Fr. Hildebrand Garceau O.Praem
    3:00 pm - Heaven: The Adventure of Holiness . . . Are Some Saints Greater Than Others? by Fr. Paul N. Check
    4:00 pm - Benediction
    4:15 pm - Event Concludes
    5:00 pm - Shrine Closes

    See more details

March 10, 2024
  • Organ Concert (American Guild of Organists)

    March 10, 2024

    Organ Concert (American Guild of Organists)



    This concert is free and open to the public.

    Event Contact: Scott Turkington.
    877-799-4059 ext. 252

    See more details

March 13, 2024
  • Holy Shroud of Turin Exhibit

    March 13, 2024 - March 20, 2024  

    The Shroud of Turin replica exhibit returns to the Shrine of Our Lady Guadalupe

    March 13-20, 2024

    View a life-size replica of the original Shroud of Turin, which is believed to be the burial cloth Jesus was wrapped in after His crucifixion.  The Shroud is believed to be the most studied object in history.

    "It contains all of the information in the gospels, and then even more information that science has been able to extract from the shroud, showing the evidence that Jesus was a real person,” said Tony Cherniawski, Expert Presenter.

    Mr. Cherniawski will offer free presentations to pilgrimage, parish, and school groups that would like to visit the exhibition.  Please call the Shrine in advance if you are bringing a group of 10 or more to see the Shroud.

    Presentation Options:

    1. The first is a childrens' presentation lasting 20-30 minutes for elementary grades K-4 (basically children under 10 years old).  It is interactive, which allows the children to participate to some degree.  
    2. The second level is entitled, "Jesus Are You Real?"  It includes an attempt to link the Gospels to the evidence of the Man in the Shroud.  The evidence shows that the Gospels are true.  The truth makes Jesus real.  There is a demonstration with a linen cloth of the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    3. The third level is entitled, "The Passion of Christ", based on a Meditation of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.  It is done on PowerPoint and takes about a half hour.  However, it is supplemented with descriptive information on the Shroud that may extend the presentation up to an hour.  It has some adult scenes in it, therefore it is recommend that younger children be accompanied by their parents or older siblings.  There is a demonstration of the burial techniques using a linen cloth having the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    4. The fourth level is a densely packed presentation with scientific and historical references taking an hour with questions and answers after.  It is entitled, "Who Do You Say I Am?"   This is intended for college-level and above, with references provided in the notes. 

    Group reservations:
    Ruben Mendoza Medrano
    877-799-4059, Ext. 230

    https://www.theholyshroud.net/index.html

    See more details

March 14, 2024
  • Holy Shroud of Turin Exhibit

    March 13, 2024 - March 20, 2024  

    The Shroud of Turin replica exhibit returns to the Shrine of Our Lady Guadalupe

    March 13-20, 2024

    View a life-size replica of the original Shroud of Turin, which is believed to be the burial cloth Jesus was wrapped in after His crucifixion.  The Shroud is believed to be the most studied object in history.

    "It contains all of the information in the gospels, and then even more information that science has been able to extract from the shroud, showing the evidence that Jesus was a real person,” said Tony Cherniawski, Expert Presenter.

    Mr. Cherniawski will offer free presentations to pilgrimage, parish, and school groups that would like to visit the exhibition.  Please call the Shrine in advance if you are bringing a group of 10 or more to see the Shroud.

    Presentation Options:

    1. The first is a childrens' presentation lasting 20-30 minutes for elementary grades K-4 (basically children under 10 years old).  It is interactive, which allows the children to participate to some degree.  
    2. The second level is entitled, "Jesus Are You Real?"  It includes an attempt to link the Gospels to the evidence of the Man in the Shroud.  The evidence shows that the Gospels are true.  The truth makes Jesus real.  There is a demonstration with a linen cloth of the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    3. The third level is entitled, "The Passion of Christ", based on a Meditation of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.  It is done on PowerPoint and takes about a half hour.  However, it is supplemented with descriptive information on the Shroud that may extend the presentation up to an hour.  It has some adult scenes in it, therefore it is recommend that younger children be accompanied by their parents or older siblings.  There is a demonstration of the burial techniques using a linen cloth having the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    4. The fourth level is a densely packed presentation with scientific and historical references taking an hour with questions and answers after.  It is entitled, "Who Do You Say I Am?"   This is intended for college-level and above, with references provided in the notes. 

    Group reservations:
    Ruben Mendoza Medrano
    877-799-4059, Ext. 230

    https://www.theholyshroud.net/index.html

    See more details

March 15, 2024
  • Holy Shroud of Turin Exhibit

    March 13, 2024 - March 20, 2024  

    The Shroud of Turin replica exhibit returns to the Shrine of Our Lady Guadalupe

    March 13-20, 2024

    View a life-size replica of the original Shroud of Turin, which is believed to be the burial cloth Jesus was wrapped in after His crucifixion.  The Shroud is believed to be the most studied object in history.

    "It contains all of the information in the gospels, and then even more information that science has been able to extract from the shroud, showing the evidence that Jesus was a real person,” said Tony Cherniawski, Expert Presenter.

    Mr. Cherniawski will offer free presentations to pilgrimage, parish, and school groups that would like to visit the exhibition.  Please call the Shrine in advance if you are bringing a group of 10 or more to see the Shroud.

    Presentation Options:

    1. The first is a childrens' presentation lasting 20-30 minutes for elementary grades K-4 (basically children under 10 years old).  It is interactive, which allows the children to participate to some degree.  
    2. The second level is entitled, "Jesus Are You Real?"  It includes an attempt to link the Gospels to the evidence of the Man in the Shroud.  The evidence shows that the Gospels are true.  The truth makes Jesus real.  There is a demonstration with a linen cloth of the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    3. The third level is entitled, "The Passion of Christ", based on a Meditation of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.  It is done on PowerPoint and takes about a half hour.  However, it is supplemented with descriptive information on the Shroud that may extend the presentation up to an hour.  It has some adult scenes in it, therefore it is recommend that younger children be accompanied by their parents or older siblings.  There is a demonstration of the burial techniques using a linen cloth having the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    4. The fourth level is a densely packed presentation with scientific and historical references taking an hour with questions and answers after.  It is entitled, "Who Do You Say I Am?"   This is intended for college-level and above, with references provided in the notes. 

    Group reservations:
    Ruben Mendoza Medrano
    877-799-4059, Ext. 230

    https://www.theholyshroud.net/index.html

    See more details

March 16, 2024
  • Holy Shroud of Turin Exhibit

    March 13, 2024 - March 20, 2024  

    The Shroud of Turin replica exhibit returns to the Shrine of Our Lady Guadalupe

    March 13-20, 2024

    View a life-size replica of the original Shroud of Turin, which is believed to be the burial cloth Jesus was wrapped in after His crucifixion.  The Shroud is believed to be the most studied object in history.

    "It contains all of the information in the gospels, and then even more information that science has been able to extract from the shroud, showing the evidence that Jesus was a real person,” said Tony Cherniawski, Expert Presenter.

    Mr. Cherniawski will offer free presentations to pilgrimage, parish, and school groups that would like to visit the exhibition.  Please call the Shrine in advance if you are bringing a group of 10 or more to see the Shroud.

    Presentation Options:

    1. The first is a childrens' presentation lasting 20-30 minutes for elementary grades K-4 (basically children under 10 years old).  It is interactive, which allows the children to participate to some degree.  
    2. The second level is entitled, "Jesus Are You Real?"  It includes an attempt to link the Gospels to the evidence of the Man in the Shroud.  The evidence shows that the Gospels are true.  The truth makes Jesus real.  There is a demonstration with a linen cloth of the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    3. The third level is entitled, "The Passion of Christ", based on a Meditation of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.  It is done on PowerPoint and takes about a half hour.  However, it is supplemented with descriptive information on the Shroud that may extend the presentation up to an hour.  It has some adult scenes in it, therefore it is recommend that younger children be accompanied by their parents or older siblings.  There is a demonstration of the burial techniques using a linen cloth having the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    4. The fourth level is a densely packed presentation with scientific and historical references taking an hour with questions and answers after.  It is entitled, "Who Do You Say I Am?"   This is intended for college-level and above, with references provided in the notes. 

    Group reservations:
    Ruben Mendoza Medrano
    877-799-4059, Ext. 230

    https://www.theholyshroud.net/index.html

    See more details

March 17, 2024
  • Holy Shroud of Turin Exhibit

    March 13, 2024 - March 20, 2024  

    The Shroud of Turin replica exhibit returns to the Shrine of Our Lady Guadalupe

    March 13-20, 2024

    View a life-size replica of the original Shroud of Turin, which is believed to be the burial cloth Jesus was wrapped in after His crucifixion.  The Shroud is believed to be the most studied object in history.

    "It contains all of the information in the gospels, and then even more information that science has been able to extract from the shroud, showing the evidence that Jesus was a real person,” said Tony Cherniawski, Expert Presenter.

    Mr. Cherniawski will offer free presentations to pilgrimage, parish, and school groups that would like to visit the exhibition.  Please call the Shrine in advance if you are bringing a group of 10 or more to see the Shroud.

    Presentation Options:

    1. The first is a childrens' presentation lasting 20-30 minutes for elementary grades K-4 (basically children under 10 years old).  It is interactive, which allows the children to participate to some degree.  
    2. The second level is entitled, "Jesus Are You Real?"  It includes an attempt to link the Gospels to the evidence of the Man in the Shroud.  The evidence shows that the Gospels are true.  The truth makes Jesus real.  There is a demonstration with a linen cloth of the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    3. The third level is entitled, "The Passion of Christ", based on a Meditation of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.  It is done on PowerPoint and takes about a half hour.  However, it is supplemented with descriptive information on the Shroud that may extend the presentation up to an hour.  It has some adult scenes in it, therefore it is recommend that younger children be accompanied by their parents or older siblings.  There is a demonstration of the burial techniques using a linen cloth having the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    4. The fourth level is a densely packed presentation with scientific and historical references taking an hour with questions and answers after.  It is entitled, "Who Do You Say I Am?"   This is intended for college-level and above, with references provided in the notes. 

    Group reservations:
    Ruben Mendoza Medrano
    877-799-4059, Ext. 230

    https://www.theholyshroud.net/index.html

    See more details

  • Passion Sunday Concert (Buxtehude "Membra Jesu nostri")

    March 17, 2024

    March 17, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
    Passion Sunday Concert: A Performance of Buxtehude’s Membra Jesu nostri

    Buxtehude’s Membra Jesu nostri patientis sanctissima (The Most HolyLimbs of Our Suffering Jesus) contemplates seven parts of Christ’s crucifiedbody – his pierced feet, bent knees, bleeding hands, wounded side, reveredbreast, loving heart, and thorn-crowned face.

    Performers: Sarah Brailey, Clara Osowski, and Andrew Kane

    This concert is free and open to the public.
    Event Contact: Scott Turkington.
    877-799-4059 ext. 252



    READ MORE. CLICK HERE!

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  • Saint Patrick of Ireland Relic Veneration

    March 17, 2024

    Public veneration of 1st-Class Relics takes place at the conclusion of the Holy Masses. However, should the Saint’s Feast Day fall on a Sunday or a Solemnity, there may not be a public venera­tion of that Saint’s relic, however, the relic will be available for private veneration upon request.

    See more details

March 18, 2024
  • Holy Shroud of Turin Exhibit

    March 13, 2024 - March 20, 2024  

    The Shroud of Turin replica exhibit returns to the Shrine of Our Lady Guadalupe

    March 13-20, 2024

    View a life-size replica of the original Shroud of Turin, which is believed to be the burial cloth Jesus was wrapped in after His crucifixion.  The Shroud is believed to be the most studied object in history.

    "It contains all of the information in the gospels, and then even more information that science has been able to extract from the shroud, showing the evidence that Jesus was a real person,” said Tony Cherniawski, Expert Presenter.

    Mr. Cherniawski will offer free presentations to pilgrimage, parish, and school groups that would like to visit the exhibition.  Please call the Shrine in advance if you are bringing a group of 10 or more to see the Shroud.

    Presentation Options:

    1. The first is a childrens' presentation lasting 20-30 minutes for elementary grades K-4 (basically children under 10 years old).  It is interactive, which allows the children to participate to some degree.  
    2. The second level is entitled, "Jesus Are You Real?"  It includes an attempt to link the Gospels to the evidence of the Man in the Shroud.  The evidence shows that the Gospels are true.  The truth makes Jesus real.  There is a demonstration with a linen cloth of the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    3. The third level is entitled, "The Passion of Christ", based on a Meditation of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.  It is done on PowerPoint and takes about a half hour.  However, it is supplemented with descriptive information on the Shroud that may extend the presentation up to an hour.  It has some adult scenes in it, therefore it is recommend that younger children be accompanied by their parents or older siblings.  There is a demonstration of the burial techniques using a linen cloth having the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    4. The fourth level is a densely packed presentation with scientific and historical references taking an hour with questions and answers after.  It is entitled, "Who Do You Say I Am?"   This is intended for college-level and above, with references provided in the notes. 

    Group reservations:
    Ruben Mendoza Medrano
    877-799-4059, Ext. 230

    https://www.theholyshroud.net/index.html

    See more details

March 19, 2024
  • Holy Shroud of Turin Exhibit

    March 13, 2024 - March 20, 2024  

    The Shroud of Turin replica exhibit returns to the Shrine of Our Lady Guadalupe

    March 13-20, 2024

    View a life-size replica of the original Shroud of Turin, which is believed to be the burial cloth Jesus was wrapped in after His crucifixion.  The Shroud is believed to be the most studied object in history.

    "It contains all of the information in the gospels, and then even more information that science has been able to extract from the shroud, showing the evidence that Jesus was a real person,” said Tony Cherniawski, Expert Presenter.

    Mr. Cherniawski will offer free presentations to pilgrimage, parish, and school groups that would like to visit the exhibition.  Please call the Shrine in advance if you are bringing a group of 10 or more to see the Shroud.

    Presentation Options:

    1. The first is a childrens' presentation lasting 20-30 minutes for elementary grades K-4 (basically children under 10 years old).  It is interactive, which allows the children to participate to some degree.  
    2. The second level is entitled, "Jesus Are You Real?"  It includes an attempt to link the Gospels to the evidence of the Man in the Shroud.  The evidence shows that the Gospels are true.  The truth makes Jesus real.  There is a demonstration with a linen cloth of the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    3. The third level is entitled, "The Passion of Christ", based on a Meditation of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.  It is done on PowerPoint and takes about a half hour.  However, it is supplemented with descriptive information on the Shroud that may extend the presentation up to an hour.  It has some adult scenes in it, therefore it is recommend that younger children be accompanied by their parents or older siblings.  There is a demonstration of the burial techniques using a linen cloth having the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    4. The fourth level is a densely packed presentation with scientific and historical references taking an hour with questions and answers after.  It is entitled, "Who Do You Say I Am?"   This is intended for college-level and above, with references provided in the notes. 

    Group reservations:
    Ruben Mendoza Medrano
    877-799-4059, Ext. 230

    https://www.theholyshroud.net/index.html

    See more details

  • Clothing of Saint Joseph Relic Veneration

    March 19, 2024

    Relic Veneration - Ex Indumentis (the clothing or cloak) 2nd class relic
     
    Public veneration of 1st-Class Relics takes place at the conclusion of the Holy Masses. However, should the Saint’s Feast Day fall on a Sunday or a Solemnity, there may not be a public venera­tion of that Saint’s relic, however, the relic will be available for private veneration upon request.

    See more details

March 20, 2024
  • Holy Shroud of Turin Exhibit

    March 13, 2024 - March 20, 2024  

    The Shroud of Turin replica exhibit returns to the Shrine of Our Lady Guadalupe

    March 13-20, 2024

    View a life-size replica of the original Shroud of Turin, which is believed to be the burial cloth Jesus was wrapped in after His crucifixion.  The Shroud is believed to be the most studied object in history.

    "It contains all of the information in the gospels, and then even more information that science has been able to extract from the shroud, showing the evidence that Jesus was a real person,” said Tony Cherniawski, Expert Presenter.

    Mr. Cherniawski will offer free presentations to pilgrimage, parish, and school groups that would like to visit the exhibition.  Please call the Shrine in advance if you are bringing a group of 10 or more to see the Shroud.

    Presentation Options:

    1. The first is a childrens' presentation lasting 20-30 minutes for elementary grades K-4 (basically children under 10 years old).  It is interactive, which allows the children to participate to some degree.  
    2. The second level is entitled, "Jesus Are You Real?"  It includes an attempt to link the Gospels to the evidence of the Man in the Shroud.  The evidence shows that the Gospels are true.  The truth makes Jesus real.  There is a demonstration with a linen cloth of the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    3. The third level is entitled, "The Passion of Christ", based on a Meditation of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.  It is done on PowerPoint and takes about a half hour.  However, it is supplemented with descriptive information on the Shroud that may extend the presentation up to an hour.  It has some adult scenes in it, therefore it is recommend that younger children be accompanied by their parents or older siblings.  There is a demonstration of the burial techniques using a linen cloth having the same dimensions as the Shroud.
    4. The fourth level is a densely packed presentation with scientific and historical references taking an hour with questions and answers after.  It is entitled, "Who Do You Say I Am?"   This is intended for college-level and above, with references provided in the notes. 

    Group reservations:
    Ruben Mendoza Medrano
    877-799-4059, Ext. 230

    https://www.theholyshroud.net/index.html

    See more details

The Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Crosse, Wisconsin serves the spiritual needs of those who suffer poverty in body and soul. It is a place of ceaseless prayer for the welfare of God’s children, especially those in most need. The Shrine remains dedicated to the continuing work of evangelization, to bring people to Christ through Our Lady

Contact Info

Phone Numbers
Main Shrine: (877) 799-4059
Gift Shop: (608) 615-7545
Café: (608) 788-8400

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