Pilgrims visiting Sr. Faustina's convent (Vilnius, Poland) This is the convent where St. Faustina lived while she stayed in Vilnius during the 1930's. St. Faustina referred to Vilnius as "my beloved Vilnius". It was, without doubt, one of the happiest periods of her life, in spite of her debilitating illness. In this convent St. Faustina received the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, did the bulk of her writing in her diaries; was often visited by her spiritual director, Bl. Fr. Sopocko.
The Divine Mercy Sanctuary (Kraków, Poland) This Shrine is a Roman Catholic basilica dedicated to the Divine Mercy devotion, built between 1999-2002. Two Popes and millions of pilgrims from around the world have visited this shrine. In 1966, the remains of St. Faustina were moved to this church and now rest on the altar, below the image of Divine Mercy.
Divine Mercy Shrine (Cagayan de Oro, Philippines) This Divine Mercy Hills Shrine, over-looks Macajalar Bay, on the Mindanao island, in the southern part of the Philippines. The nine-hectare land for the Shrine was purchased for a nominal amount and the shrine was constructed by donations. The shrine was completed in 2008 and has a 50 foot statue of the Divine Mercy Jesus. It serves as a pilgrimage site for Divine Mercy devotees. Church officials in the Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro have the Congregation of the Marians overseeing the shrine and serving as official promoters for the Divine Mercy message throughout this region of Southeast Asia.
National Shrine of The Divine Mercy (Stockbridge, Massachusetts) The National Shrine of The Divine Mercy is a ministry of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the authentic promoters of the message of The Divine Mercy. Located in the heart of the Berkshire Hills in western Massachusetts, the Shrine sits on 350 acres, known as Eden Hill. This Shrine offers many opportunities for inspiration and devotion. Pilgrims find refreshment of soul at Mass, confession, the 3 o'clock Chaplet of The Divine Mercy, personal adoration of the Eucharist, visiting smaller shrines grottos and groves; strolling throughout the beautiful grounds. It was dedicated in 1960; honored as a National Shrine in 1996.
Divine Mercy Hill Shrine, Chapel and Center (Encinitas, California) Proposed new 3.27 acre site of the Divine Mercy Hills Shrine of Southern California, located in the Diocese of San Diego very near St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. The property was dedicated on February 16, 2013 by raising a 20 foot cross on the top of the large hill on the site. In the fall of 2013, the Divine Mercy Hills Foundation began a pre-campaign process to listen and gather information about this project.
Mankind will not have peace until it turns with trust to My Mercy.