Divine Mercy Sunday
This Second Sunday of Easter April 27 after 1:30 p.m. Mass, we will celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday at the Shrine by praying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy in the Seton Legacy Chapel. Divine Mercy Sunday was officially proclaimed on April 30, 2000 when St. Faustina Kowalska was proclaimed a saint. Soon after, in 2002, Pope Saint John Paul II consecrated the world to the Divine Mercy of Jesus. Since the mid-1930s the devotion to the Mercy of Christ has spread throughout the globe. We will not only celebrate this devotion but also the canonization of the Pope that proclaimed and promoted Divine Mercy along with Pope Saint John XXIII, who led the world soon after WWII in mercy and gentleness.
Let the footsteps of the past create a better understanding of today’s journey…
Experience the Life and Legacy of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
Every day we welcome visitors into the Basilica, Visitors Center, Museum, historical buildings and grounds where Mother Seton lived, worked, died, and is now buried. We hope you will be one of those visitors soon!
Planning to Visit? We can help. If you are planning a visit, or if you would like to arrange a group tour, retreat, or pilgrimage, we have resources for you.
Civil War History Buff?
Check out our Charity Afire exhibit and learn how the Sisters of Charity and Daughters of Charity served the soldiers during the Civil War
Planning to Visit?
We can help. If you are planning to come by yourself or with a few others, or if you are hoping to arrange a group tour, retreat, or pilgrimage, we have resources for you.