A Place of Pilgrimage – WKBT News 8 Eye-Piece

Jake Rogness, of WKBT-News8 in La Crosse, broadcast an “Eye Piece” this week, about the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe as a Place of Pilgrimage.  Noted is that this year is the 10th Anniversary of the Dedication of the Shrine Church. Jake interviewed Father Elias for this video. ... [Read more...]

Come Away for a Lenten Retreat Day

Take this opportunity to reflect on Our Lord’s Passion in company with Our Lady! Click here to download FLYER! Contact:  Doug Reinhart:  (608) 797-9504  Read More →

We are open!

Shrine is open today! Roads and trail are good —  as always, be careful and watch your step.  Read More →

“The Snow Box: Every Church Has One”

A Lenten Message from Father Elias, Rector  Read More →

Purify my heart, O Lord, and let me come to You.

Lenten Message from the Rector    Read More →

Special Menu for Ash Wednesday/Valentine Day.

Our Culina Mariana Cafe is offering a special menu for February 14th! Go to:  https://www.guadalupeshrine.org/visit/special  Read More →

Ash Wednesday and the Distribution of Ashes

Ash Wednesday comes from the ancient Jewish tradition of penance and fasting. The practice includes the wearing of ashes on the head. The ashes symbolize the dust from which God made us. As the priest applies the ashes to a person’s forehead, he speaks the words: “Remember that you are dust,... [Read more...]

160th Anniversary of the Apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes

This year marks the 160th Anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes. Next Sunday, February 11, is the feastday of Our Lady of Lourdes.  It is also World Day of the Sick. Although it is a Sunday, the first-class relic of Saint Bernadette will be available for veneration, and the Little... [Read more...]

Feast Day of Saint Blaise and the Blessing of Throats

February 3rd is the feast day of Saint Blaise, bishop of Sebaste in Armenia during the 4th century. Blaise was a physician before becoming a bishop. Tradition holds that he was to have miraculously cured a child who nearly died because of a fishbone caught in the throat. From the 8th century on, Saint... [Read more...]

Stations of the Cross – Cancelled Today

Due to today being the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, the World Day for Consecrated Life,  and the “conclusion of the Christmas season”, we will not have the Stations of the Cross on Friday, February 2nd.  Read More →

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