Landisville, New Jersey: Saint Padre Pio Shrine
About the Padre Pio Shrine:
Dedicated to one of the most famous Saints of the 20th Century, the outdoor shrine here was conceived in 1997 by Marie and Pete D’Andrea, Italian-American farmers in Buena, and was designed by local architect Ron Angelo. It was completed in 2002 and includes a four-story monument as well as three statues: Padre Pio, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Included here is a relic of Saint Padre Pio: part of the glove that Padre Pio wore to hide the Stigmata (the wounds of Christ) that he bore.
The Shrine is open 7 days a week, year round. You are welcome to join the Rosary held at the shrine in the spring and summer every Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. During the fall and winter, the Rosary is held at Our Lady of Victories Church, S.W.Boulevard and Nixon Street in Landisville. Veneration of the Relic of Saint Padre Pio is held before the Rosary and Confessions are heard during the Rosary, based on the availability of local and area Priest.
There have been many reported physical and spiritual healings reported here.
There is also a gift shop at the Shrine.
Traveling the the Padre Pio Shrine in Landisville:
The Shrine is located on 10 acres of land in the beautiful countryside of rural New Jersey.
Address: U.S. Route 40 & Central Avenue, Landisville, NJ 08326
Contact: use the contact form on their website.
Click here for the official website of the Saint Padre Pio Shrine in Landisville, New Jersey.