Stony Point, New York: The Salesian National Shrine of Mary Help of Christians
About the Shrine:
Located on a beautiful 160-acre tract of land north of New York City, the Shrine offers a peaceful setting for retreats and attracts over 50,000 visitors each year. There is a cafeteria that can seat up to 150 people, a chapel and a well-stocked book store and gift shop.
For groups of 50 or more the retreat center offers 54 Single Rooms with private bathroom plus a youth center complex with two dormitories, a dining room and prayer room.
There are several shrines on the property, including the Fatima Shrine, Shrine to Padre Pio, the outdoor Shrine of Mary Help of Christians as well as Stations of the Cross. In 1968, the Fatima shrine hosted the original Fatima statue and Mass was celebrated here by the Bishop of Fatima.
Parishes and organizations within parishes are welcome to use the facilities. Catholic groups who come to visit New York City on tours are also welcome to use the facilities. At the present time, they do not offer retreats for individuals.
The Shrine chapel offers Reconciliation every day at 11:30 am and Weekday Mass at 12:00 noon and two Masses on Sunday: 11.00 am and 12:30 pm.
Traveling to the Salesian National Shrine of Mary Help of Christians
The shrine is a one hour drive north of New York City.
Address: 174 Filors Lane, Stony Point, NY 10980
GPS coordinates: 41° 13′ 15.8124” N, 74° 0′ 25.9128” W
Tel: +1 (845) 947 2200
e-mail: use contact form on their website
Click here for the official website of the Salesian National Shrine of Mary Help of Christians.
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