For Roman Catholics, Ash Wednesday opens the penitential season of Lent. One of two days when fasting is required(along with Good Friday), it is a day of self-denial, repentance from […]
This Lent, the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe is blessed to host a weeklong exhibit of an especially poignant reminder of Christ’s Passion: a life-size replica of the Shroud […]
Why Did God Require Sacrifice in the Old Testament? February Youth Journal In February’s Full of Grace Youth Journal, we’re looking at a very important question: Why did God require […]
The Shrine welcomed a very special pilgrim during a recent October weekend on the brink of peak fall colors, our very own remote copy writer and editor, Sarah Greydanus (pictured […]
The Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe is excited to announce a new event for its Youth Guild. Last year, a special Mass was offered for Guild members on February […]
Full of Grace Youth Journal Dives into the Liturgy in the New Year! With a new year comes a new focus for the Full of Grace Youth Journal!
Since joining the staff this past fall, Major Gifts Officer Deacon Christopher Kabat has applied his decades of experience in finance and deep devotion to Our Lady to play a […]
The feast of Epiphany has long been an important part of the Christmas season. Some cultures celebrate it almost as a second Christmas Day. The event that this day primarily […]