The National Shrine of The Divine Mercy

Preserve the Historic Shrine and Grounds

Each year, the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy in Stockbridge, Mass., opens its arms to tens of thousands of pilgrims from around the world. With its striking natural beauty and promise of prayerful solitude, the 350-plus acres of Eden Hill serve as an oasis amidst a bustling and noisy world.

"There are certain places on earth where God chooses to manifest Himself," says Rick Bray of Somers, Conn., a frequent visitor to the Shrine. "Lourdes is one of them, and there are others. This place here is among those places. This is holy ground."

At the Shrine, we offer an opportunity to experience Divine Mercy through Daily Mass, Confessions, Rosary, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.

To put it simply, this is a place where people come to draw closer to God. Men are trained on Eden Hill to be priests and brothers. The laity is trained here to help the Marians spread the message of Divine Mercy. This is the spiritual home of the Association of Marian Helpers. Literature is printed here that's sent throughout the world. And of course, our Divine Mercy Sunday celebration is one of the largest in North America.

But as with any historical property, maintaining Eden Hill with the Shrine (built between 1950-1960) is an ongoing challenge that requires a significant investment of time and financial resources.

Whether you have been touched by this place through a visit or through our many telecasts of the Divine Mercy Chaplet on EWTN, we invite you to join the Marians by making a financial commitment to preserve Eden Hill for future generations.

Help preserve the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy and its grounds

Suggested Offering: $20, $50, $120
Gifts of any amount will be gratefully accepted.

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