About the Saint John Paul II Shrine of Divine Mercy:
With deep roots tying to Polish immigrants in the area of Salem, Saint John Paul II Shrine of Divine Mercy has been established to inspire faith in Christ throughout the community of Salem and beyond, in the spirit of Saint John Paul II and through devotion to the Divine Mercy.
Dedicated on April 8, 2018, by Cardinal Sean O’Malley, The Saint John Paul II Shrine of Divine Mercy is a welcoming place for all in the Archdiocese of Boston. The Shrine provides a place for people to be renewed in their faith and celebrate the gift of the Holy Eucharist through the Divine Mercy of Jesus, a devotion very close to his heart.
The shrine’s upper church is dedicated to the late pope and have a relic of his blood.
The lower church is dedicated to Divine Mercy, and contain a relic of Saint Faustina.
The Shrine is open for regular Mass (Polish and English), Confession, Adoration and Veneration and welcome celebrations for the sacraments of Marriage and Baptism.
Traveling to the Saint John Paul II Shrine of Divine Mercy:
Address: 28 St. Peter Street, Salem, MA 01970
Tel: +1 978-744-1278
Click here for the official website of the John Paul II Shrine of Divine Mercy.