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Sioux City, Iowa: Trinity Heights The Queen of Peace Shrine

 About Trinity Heights:

Located on the former grounds of Trinity College and High School,The Queen of Peace Shrine is a Diocesan Shrine of the Diocese of Sioux City, Iowa.  It has 16 acres of grounds with numerous shrines, statues, flower gardens, a life-size wood carving of the Last Supper and a Marian Center Gift Shop. The Shrine was founded by Fr. Harold Coope,r incorporated in 1985, and welcomes over 100,000 visitors a year, (prior to the pandemic onset), and everything is free of charge, no admission.

They began with a 30′ stainless steel statue of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and have added a 33′ statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, along with numerous other shrines, statues for our visitors to pause and spend some time viewing, and praying. There are six shrines devoted to Our Blessed Mother, Our Lady of Fatima, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Our Lady of Lourdes, Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, Our Lady of Guadalupe, and Our Lady of Knock.

Two magnificent statues anchor Trinity Heights on each end — the Immaculate Heart of Mary Queen of Peace and the Sacred Heart of Jesus. An impressive life-size carving of the Last Supper is located in St. Joseph’s Center across from the Marian Center Gift Shop.

It also features The Way of the Saints, honoring 60 Saints in the Catholic Church, the Outdoor Cathedral area leading to Jesus, and the Trinity Gardens adjacent to Mary Queen of Peace. The flowers, plantings, trees and birds create an ideal setting to stroll, pray and reflect.


People of all faiths visit Trinity Heights. They are Catholic in their theology and ecumenical in their intent and appeal.

There are daily Masses, Adoration, Rosaries, special devotions and many other activities.

When you visit, be sure to look in their gift shop for a wide variety of items.

Traveling to Trinity Heights:

Address:  33rd & Floyd Blvd, Sioux City, Iowa

Tel:  (+1) 712-239-8670

Click here for the official website of Trinity Heights

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