Our Members

NASPA members are found all across the United States — more than 30 shrines from 17 states and the District of Columbia. From sea to shining sea, our shrines and pilgrimage sites serve as reminders of God's grace and love for His children. We are a destination for the faithful and those who are seeking peace. And just as God is present everywhere, you'll find us in busy city centers and countryside escapes.

 

Take time to visit these beautiful shrines when you travel, whether for business or leisure. All our member shrines are eager to help meet your spiritual needs in the sacraments and in prayer.

NASPA Members

Shrines and Pilgrimage Sites are listed alphabetically by state.

Hanceville, Alabama

The Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament is a Eucharistic Shrine open to all. The grounds are home to a beautiful Romanesque-Gothic Church and Monastery of Poor Clare Nuns. The Shrine includes a Castle, a life-sized Nativity Scene, the John Paul II Eucharistic Center, and a replica of a Lourdes Grotto. 

Make a Pilgrimage: 

olamshrine.com \ 256.352.6267

 

Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament

AL

Santa Clara, California

Our Lady of Peace Roman Catholic Church and Shrine, is a parish rich in local history and tradition; a peaceful place of worship, inspiration, hope and prayer for the faithful.
We are the spiritual home for many families, as well as for countless visitors who come for a spiritual pilgrimage.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

olop-shrine.org \ 408.988.4585

 

Shrine of

Our Lady of Peace

CA

Washington, DC

The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is the largest Roman Catholic church in the United States and North America and is one of the ten largest churches in the world. The Basilica is dedicated to the patroness of the United States—the Blessed Virgin Mary under her title of the Immaculate Conception.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

nationalshrine.org \ 202.526.8300

Basilica of the

National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

DC

Washington, DC

The Saint John Paul II National Shrine preserves the life and legacy of Saint John Paul II. Established by the Knights of Columbus in 2011 and designated a national shrine in 2014, the shrine includes a 16,000 sq.ft. permanent exhibit, a first-class relic for veneration, and floor-to-ceiling mosaics.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

jp2shrine.org \ 202.635.5400

 

Saint John Paul II 

National Shrine

DC

Bellville, Illinois

The Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows, a devotion dating back to 352AD, is one of the largest outdoor shrines in North America spanning 200 acres. Pilgrims are welcome to walk or drive throughout the shrine to enjoy its immense beauty and partake in prayer in a peaceful environment.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

snows.org \ 618.397.6700

 

National Shrine of

Our Lady of the Snows

IL

Libertyville, Illinois

The National Shrine of St. Maximilian Kolbe at Marytown is a ministry of the Conventual Franciscan Friars of St. Bonaventure Province. The shrine is dedicated to promoting the witness and life of St. Maximilian Kolbe, who was martyred in the Holocaust at the Auschwitz concentration camp. 

Make a Pilgrimage: 

kolbeshrine.org \ 847.367.7800

 

The National Shrine of Saint Maximilian Kolbe

IL

New Orleans, Louisiana

The National Shrine is dedicated to Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos, a Redemptorist priest originally from Bavaria. Pilgrims are welcome to visit our lovely St. Mary’s Assumption Church and our Seelos Center Museum and Shrine. We also have an impressive collection of relics for pilgrims to see and venerate.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

seelos.org \ 504.525.2495

National Shrine of Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos

LA

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Shrine honors St. Jude the Apostle, the patron saint of impossible causes. On the left side of our church is a peace garden with the world's largest statue of St. Jude. The Shrine's St. Jude Novena, held four times a year, draws numerous people seeking God’s will and favor.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

judeshrine.com \ 504.525.1551 

 

Saint Jude's

International Shrine

LA

Ellicott City, Maryland

Dedicated in 2005, the Shrine of St. Anthony offers many opportunities to experience the Lord, including enjoying the beauty of our Italian Renaissance Shrine, strolling along one our seven prayer paths, enjoying the serenity of the Grotto of Lourdes, or venerating the major relic of St. Anthony.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

shrineofstanthony.org \ 410.531.2800

Shrine of Saint Anthony 

MD

Indian River, Michigan

Located in Indian River, Michigan, this large outdoor shrine houses a variety of smaller devotional shrines for pilgrims to visit along with an indoor church for worship in poor weather. The main site to see is the “Man on the Cross,” a 28 foot tall sculpture of Christ Crucified.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

crossinthewoods.com \ 231.238.8973

 

National Shrine of the Cross in the Woods

MI

Laurie, Missouri

Dedicated to Mary, Mother of the Church this shrine features an awe inspiring fourteen foot stainless steel sculpture of Mary, which stands in a natural amphitheater surrounded by fountains.The Mothers’ Wall of Life has names of mothers from around the world engraved in the polished black granite.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

mothersshrine.com \ 573.374.MARY (6279)

 

National Shrine of Mary, Mother of the Church

MO

Chimayo, New Mexico

The Santuario de Chimayo contains two historic chapels, the Lord of Esquipulas Chapel and the Santo Niño de Atocha Chapel. The later, founded in 1857, became a popular pilgrim destination following the pilgrimage of survivors of the Bataan Death March, who thanked Santa Niño for their survival.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

holychimayo.us \ 505.351.4360

 

 

El Santuario de Chimayo

NM

Lackawanna, New York

Consecrated in 1926, Our Lady of Victory Basilica and National Shrine is home to the tomb of one of our core founders Father Nelson Baker and a Museum dedicated to educated pilgrims on the life of Father Baker. We also offer guided tours of our beautiful church for visiting pilgrims.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

ourladyofvictory.org \ 716.828.9444

Our Lady of Victory Basilica & National Shrine

NY

Carey, Ohio

Founded in 1875, the Shrine is dedicated to Mary, Consoler of the Afflicted. This devotion to Mary is one of the oldest, but gained prominence in 17th Century Luxembourg and later traveled to America. Pilgrims to the Shrine come for healing, comfort, and consolation. All are welcome to join us.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

olcshrine.org \ 419.396.7107

Basilica & National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation

OH

Euclid, Ohio

Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine was opened on Trinity Sunday, May 30, 1926 by the Good Shepherd Sisters. The Shrine is a replica of the Grotto in Lourdes, France. Incorporated into the Grotto are two stones taken from the stone upon which Our Lady appeared. 

Make a Pilgrimage: 

srstrinity.com \ 216.481.8232

 

Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine

OH

Kulpmont, Pennsylvania

Founded in 2003, the foundation created the St. Pauline center to house the first class relic of St. Pauline. The center was established for individuals of all faiths and beliefs to come and pray and view the relics of Saint Pauline. Pilgrims are also welcomed to venerate the Holy Sacrament.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

saintpaulinecenter.org \ 570.373.3350

Mother Pauline Visintainer Religious Foundation

PA

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Shrine is dedicated to Saint John Neumann, who was born in Bohemia (Czech Republic) and came to America to serve European immigrant communities. The Shrine and our St. Peter the Apostle church provide pilgrims with a place for prayer and an opportunity to learn more about our patron.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

stjohnneumann.net \ 215.627.3080

 

National Shrine of Saint John Neumann

PA

Hubertus, Wisconsin

Holy Hill was declared a Shrine with "Portiuncula privilege" by Pope Leo XIII in 1903 and was elevated to a Basilica in 2006. The Shrine is a place for renewal in body, mind, and spirit for all who visit. We also have a lovely neo-Romanesque church built in 1926 for all pilgrims to visit and enjoy its beauty.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

holyhill.com \ 262.628.1838

Basilica of the

National Shrine of Mary, Help of Christians

WI

San Francisco, California

The National Shrine of Saint Francis consists of an historic church constructed in 1849 and a newer chapel built in 2008. Located in the heart of San Francisco, the shrine offers pilgrims the opportunity to experience an oasis of peace, quiet, and serenity in an otherwise bustling and busy city.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

shrinesf.org \ 415.986.4557

 

National Shrine of

Saint Francis of Assisi

CA

Carmel, California

Founded in 1771, this Basilica is the Shrine for devotion to St. Junipero Serra, the Spanish Priest and explorer. Located in California, where Serra spread the Gospel and preached, the Church was finished in 1797. This shrine has the sacred space of St. Junipero Serra’s final resting place.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

carmelmission.org \ 831.624.1270

 

Shrine of Saint

Junipero Serra

CA

Washington, DC

The Monastery is the U.S. home of Holy Land Franciscan Friars, dedicated to supporting their 800 mission. The Monastery brings the Holy Land experience to America with full replicas of the Holy Land Shrines, a beautiful church, and contemplative gardens. We also offer lectures, concerts and various other special events.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

myfranciscan.com \ 202.526.6800

 

Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land

DC

Saint Augustine, Florida

The Shrine houses an image of Our Lady of La Leche – Our Lady of the Milk and Happy Delivery – in a small mission chapel. Pilgrims come from across the world to pray for her powerful intercession concerning fertility, the health of their children, and safe delivery for those expecting.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

missionandshrine.org \ 904.829.0819

 

Shrine of Our Lady of

La Leche

FL

Chicago, Illinois

The National Shrine of St. Jude brings together hundreds of thousands of devotees in a community of prayer and hope. We invite you to join us and send your prayers to St. Jude as he has proven to be a beacon of hope to those facing seemingly impossible trials and tribulations.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

shrineofstjude.org \ 312.544.8221

 

National Shrine of

Saint Jude

IL

Darien, Illinois

The National Shrine Museum of St. Therese is situated on the Carmelite Campus in Darien, Illinois that houses the Carmelite Spiritual Center, the Carmelite Meditation Garden, and more. The Shrine includes both a museum devoted to the saint and a chapel where visitors can reflect and worship.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

saint-therese.org \ 630.969.4141

 

National Shrine of

Saint Therese

IL

New Orleans, Louisiana

The National Votive Shrine serves God’s people as the center of devotion to the Mother of Jesus under the title Our Lady of Prompt Succor—Our Lady of Quick Help. The Shrine is a place of pilgrimage, committed to serving those who hope and trust in Mary.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

shrineofourladyofpromptsuccor.com \ 504.866.0216

National Votive

Shrine of Our Lady of Prompt Succor

LA

Baltimore, Maryland

St. Jude Shrine in the heart of Baltimore has been operated and staffed by the Pallottines for over 80 years. The Archbishop of Baltimore entrusted the Shrine to the Pallottines in 1917. Novena Services were established around WWII, when devotion to St. Jude reached remarkable proportions.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

stjudeshrine.org \ 410.685.6026

Saint Jude Shrine

MD

Stockbridge, Massachusetts

Located in Stockbridge, MA, the Shrine is operated by the Marian Fathers and spans 350 acres. Pilgrims  find a multitude of opportunities to grow spiritually, which include daily Mass, 3pm Divine Mercy Chaplet, adoration, and plethora of chapels and devotionals are located  indoors and outdoors.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

thedivinemercy.org \ 413.298.3931

 

National Shrine of

Divine Mercy

MA

Onamia, Minnesota

Located in Onamia, Minnesota, The Shrine houses a relic of St. Odilia which was brought to the United States in 1952. The Shrine is run by the Crosiers who care for St. Odilia’s relic and invoke healing for pilgrims, who are invited shrine to seek healing through St. Odilia’s intercession.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

crosier.org \ 320.532.3103 

 

National Shrine of

Saint Odilia

MN

Stirling, New Jersey

The Shrine was established by Fr. Thomas August Judge in 1924 as a place for residents of the Northeast to be renewed in their faith and sent out as missionaries in the providence of their everyday life. The Shrine is operated by the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

shrineofsaintjoseph.com \ 908.647.0208

 

 

Shrine of Saint Joseph

NJ

Middletown, New York

The National Shrine was founded to encourage devotion to Mary under the special title of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. This shrine is situated on 60 acres with walking trails and offers different spiritual activities and events for pilgrims such as daily liturgies and a monthly healing mass.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

ourladyofmtcarmelshrine.com \ 845.343.1879

 

National Shrine of Our Lady of Mount Carmel

NY

Manorville, New York

The Shrine of Our Lady of the Island was established by the Missionaries of the Company of Mary in order to be a center of authentic Marian Spirituality & Devotion. We offer mass daily and also have an Outdoor Stations of the Cross and the Outdoor Rosary Walk for pilgrims.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

ourladyoftheisland.org \ 631.325.0661

 

Shrine of Our Lady of the Island

NY

Maria Stein, Ohio

Founded in 1875, the Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics provides faith nourishment and spiritual renewal through opportunities for prayer and pilgrimage and inspiration from the lives of the saints. We invite you to visit, explore and enjoy an environment rich in holiness and history.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

mariasteinshrine.org \ 419.925.4532

 

Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics

OH

Portland, Oregon

The Grotto at the National Sanctuary is dedicated to Mary, Our Sorrowful Mother, a ministry of the Servite Friars. The Grotto’s 62 acres of green space provides a welcoming and beautiful environment conducive to peace, quiet, and spiritual inspiration. 

Make a Pilgrimage: 

thegrotto.org \ 503.254.7371

National Sanctuary

of Our Sorrowful Mother - The Grotto

OR

Doylestown, Pennsylvania

The National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa encompasses 170 acres and contains several facilities for visitors to utilize. These include our lower church, which is a replica of Our Lady’s Chapel at Jasna Gora in Poland, the Visitor Center, Retreat House, and our outdoor Stations of the Cross.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

czestochowa.us \ 215.345.0600

 

National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa

PA

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

She's the Saint of the Impossible and a Peacemaker who lived the vocations of daughter, wife, mother, widow, and nun. This beautiful Shrine in the heart of Philly is a must-see for its peaceful atmosphere and daily devotions. Learn about a remarkable saint who took action when she needed to, lived a life of patience, and received stigmata for her devotion.

Make a Pilgrimage: 

saintritashrine.org \ 215.546.8333

National Shrine of

Saint Rita of Cascia

PA

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