Note: Mass will now be livestreamed on Sunday only at 11 AM cdt.  Beginning May 1, in addition to the regular daily Mass times at 11 AM cdt and additional Mass time on Tuesday and Saturday at 8:30 AM cdt, there will be an additional Mass on Sunday morning at 8:30 AM cdt.

Daily Eucharistic Adoration, Special Sunday Post-Mass Eucharistic Rosary Procession and Sunday Family Rosary Series Offered at Champion Shrine

With the addition of the newly-paved Rosary Walk at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, we will continue our Eucharistic Rosary Procession outdoors, weather permitting, throughout the winter months  now in 2021 at Champion Shrine following 11 AM Mass each Sunday.
Additionally, there will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament with Adoration daily in Chapel from noon until 3 PM Monday through Saturday and 12:45 PM until 2 PM Sunday until the 2 PM Holy Hour.

The Sunday Rosary for Families will continue every Sunday and families are encouraged to pray together on site at Champion Shrine at 6:30 PM or remotely at home by going to www.championshrine.org/livestream-rosary.

Wed. Evening Mass and Class Series Offered by Father Thomas Reagan thru May 26

Class Series III:  Who is Jesus Christ?
As Catholics, we profess that Jesus is many things.  Jesus is fully God and fully man, Son of God, Son of the Father, Son of Man, Messiah, Christ, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, High Priest of the New Covenant, Redeemer, Mediator, Victim, Bridegroom, Head, Judge of the Living and the Dead, and many other things.

But what exactly do we mean by these things as Catholics?
Who is this Person named Jesus?
Starting Wednesday, April 14, 2021 and for every Wednesday thereafter through May 26, please join us for Mass at 5:45 p.m. in the main Church and/or class at 6:45 – 7:45 p.m. in Mother of Mercy Hall.   All are welcome to attend. Free will donations accepted.



Apparition Chapel, Welcome and History Center and Rosary Walk,  Grottoes, Grounds:

7:00 am, until 7:00 pm

Shrine Gift Shop and Schoolhouse Cafe Hours:

9:00 AM, until 4 PM Monday thru Saturday, Sunday 12:30 PM until 4 PM

 Mass is offered daily at 11 AM, with additional Mass times offered at 8:30 AM Tuesday and Saturday *

*Note: Restrictions and requirements are in place and will be followed for social distancing, room capacity and masking.. Sunday Masses will be offered in Mother of Mercy Hall,  Last Saturday Mass with Eucharistic Healing Prayer Service will be held in Mother of Mercy Hall.

Live-streaming of Mass will continue through this website  for 11 AM Mass Sundays. 

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament:

Mon.-Sat. Noon – 3:00PM in Chapel daily; Sunday, 12:45 PM until 2 PM

Sacrament of Reconciliation:

10:00 am & 2:00 pm  in Chapel daily

Divine Mercy Chaplet:

3 PM daily in Chapel

Eucharistic Rosary Procession led by the Fathers of Mercy:  Sundays at 12:15 PM, Outdoor Rosary Walk behind Chapel following 11 AM Mass Time.

An Important Note about COVID-19 Policies at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help:

Per the directive of the Diocese of Green Bay, all persons entering any buildings at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help should wear a face covering. Individuals under age two, those who have trouble breathing, a medical condition, intellectual or developmental disability, mental health condition, or other sensory sensitivities that prevent them from wearing a face covering will be exempted from wearing a face covering. The Shrine staff and administration cannot inquire with individuals about their health conditions; therefore, those coming on site  who are not wearing a face covering, please know it will assumed there will be some reason that falls under the exemption categories.

If you plan to come to the Shrine for personal prayer and reflection, we respectfully ask that you also abide by social distancing requirements, both indoors and outdoors, and observe room capacity restrictions, as outlined on signage posted on all Shrine grounds and facilities.

For suggested guidelines, safety and other protocols set forth by the Diocese of Green Bay, please refer to the following: https://www.gbdioc.org/…/701-distribution-of-holy-comm…/file

Remember, someone wearing a mask may have lost a loved one to this specific virus.
Remember, someone not wearing a mask may have suffered a face-covered trauma.

Christian charity in all things,  please!

Our Lady of Good Help, pray for us!
St. Joseph, Protector of the Universal Church, pray for us!”

For further updates: please stay tuned to the “Latest News” Section of the Champion Shrine website: www.championshrine.org

Individuals who wish to come to the National  Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help to experience the peace of this spiritual sanctuary, but have reservations about leaving their vehicles during the time in which COVID-19 restrictions are in place,  please know you will be permitted to park and pray in the lot to the right of the historic Apparition Chapel.  Many have experienced the graces of Our Lady just by being on site and praying here at the site of the only Church-approved Marian Apparition in the United States of America.

Please, feel free to park and pray at any time between 7 AM and 7 PM daily.

The live recordings of Mass will be broadcast daily on the Shrine website www.championshrine.org,  and archived on the Shrine You Tube Channel @championshrine. To subscribe to the Shrine You Tube channel or direct link, click thru here:

Stay Tuned to this “Latest News” Section of Champion Shrine’s website at www.championshrine.org.

If you would like to submit a prayer request to be included in daily Mass intentions, click here,https://championshrine.org/connect/.

If you would like to submit a donation to have a candle lit on site for you or someone you wish to lift up in prayer, click here: https://championshrine.org/donate/light-a-candle/

If you would like to make a general donation to enable to the Shrine to continue providing these and other planned services throughout this difficult time, please click here: https://championshrine.org/shrine-donation-form/

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