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The Shrine of Christ's Passion, Saint John

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  • It is amazing that a small town like Saint John, Indiana, has this amazing Holy Place. From the road, the giant statue of the Lady of the Millennium marks its location. The parking lot is large. Bus p...  more »
  • Life-size bronze statues depicting The Stations of The Cross, Jesus Christ's last Days for Love of us. Each of the 14 Stations has a spoken review of what you are looking at. Powerful. Reflective. Hum...  more »
  • What one family has done to let you walk or ride if unable to walk with Christ, very moving for any age. If you are in the Chicagoland area it is well worth the trip to head over to Indiana on Route 4...  more »
  • Peaceful and spiritual place to walk the stations of the Cross. Magnificent. A must see. The gift shop is fantastic also.
  • This place should get nothing less than 5 stars, it's very beautiful,very clean...and very spiritual. It was raining on day I was there but still enjoyed the walk outside , it's a walking story of the Christ reserection...this place is free too! They have a beautiful gift shop with lots of neat art , clean restroom and nobody bothering you or following you around ...
  • I was expecting more glitz and glam from what the billboards promised. The coolest statue was the abortion statue which was really spooky what with the little dead baby in the guy's hands and everything. Lots of smiling families gawking at all the different suffering statues of Jesus and his crew, spooky music to accompany your walkthrough and some nice cheap postcards in the gift shop. Big gift shop but mostly filled with kind of walmart-y stuff you can find anywhere else, not very unique and didn't really put the fear of god in me as I was hoping it would. The Jesus statues were overpriced but, salvation, how bad do you want it? Know what I mean? The little scrolly sign outside the place advertises JEWELRY JEWELRY AND MORE JEWELRY which in my humble opinion is INAPPROPRIATE
  • My husband and I went to visit The Shrine of Christ's Passion today and we truly felt the presence of God with us during our Journey. Thank you Father for allowing us to experience this together. Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace to people of good will.
  • Amazing, beautiful, and stunning! The last steps of Jesus through a beautiful path leading to a wonderful church. A must see for anyone...