The proposed shrine to Divine Mercy in Encinitas is a project of the Divine Mercy Hills Foundation of California (DMHFSC). A 501(c)3 non-profit, the DMHFSC was established in 2012 for the specific mission of building a proposed shrine in Encinitas, CA to draw people of all cultures, beliefs, and nations to a place where they can stay awhile and come to encounter the life-changing, yet little known, and urgent message of Divine Mercy in their travels to California. God’s mercy is for all!
Even now, people from different parishes around San Diego County and California have been coming to the site of the Divine Mercy Encinitas as more learn about it by word of mouth and testimonies from others. It has become a Holy Ground of prayer, meditation, contemplation and, in the midst of the turmoil of our times, a place of stillness in the peaceful Presence of the Lord Jesus who calls all to Himself in His Unfathomable Mercy.
The proposed shrine of the Divine Mercy in Encinitas, California -- a site which has been regularly visited by devotees -- is a project of the Divine Mercy Hills Foundation of Southern California. The Diocese of San Diego is not involved as of yet in this project.