Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer

Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer, 55 W Reno Ave, Las Vegas, Nevada, Združene države Amerike

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Evry day from 7.00 am to 8.00 pm

Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer

The Shrine was dedicated to the greater honor and glory of God and for the salvation of his people. It was named the Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer as a proclamation that Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior…and that he lives with us always and everywhere. See more Catholic Shrines and pilgrimages in North America.

Every year Las Vegas has about 41,100,000 visitors from all over the globe. Somewhere between five and six million of visitors are Catholics. See top 15 Catholic shrines in the world.

Catholics are very special people when it comes to religion. No matter where we go we take our faith and religious practices with us. We expect to join in the celebration of the Sunday Liturgy and to have the other sacraments available to us no matter where we may find ourselves.

We take it for granted that the local Church will provide all the facilities and personnel necessary to meet our religious needs.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel

This beautiful chapel was commissioned by the Most Rev. Daniel F. Walsh, D.D., former Bishop of the Diocese of Reno-Las Vegas, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the evangelization of the Americas. The chapel is a gift of the E. L. Wiegand Foundation. The altar, lectern, sanctuary lamp, crucifix, and tabernacle are original contemporary works in bronze.

The chapel has three major works of art. There is a lovely oil painting of Our Lady of Guadalupe which originated in Mexico in the late 17th Century. (circa 1680). There is a four foot hand carved statue of St. Joseph and the child Jesus. The statue is approximately 200 years old and has been completely restored for use in the Guadalupe chapel. The most contemporary artistic work is a mural depicting all of the people of Canada, United States, Mexico, Central and South America who played a significant role in the evangelization of the Americas.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel

This beautiful chapel was commissioned by the Most Rev. Daniel F. Walsh, D.D., former Bishop of the Diocese of Reno-Las Vegas, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the evangelization of the Americas. The chapel is a gift of the E. L. Wiegand Foundation. The altar, lectern, sanctuary lamp, crucifix, and tabernacle are original contemporary works in bronze.

The chapel has three major works of art. There is a lovely oil painting of Our Lady of Guadalupe which originated in Mexico in the late 17th Century. (circa 1680). There is a four foot hand carved statue of St. Joseph and the child Jesus. The statue is approximately 200 years old and has been completely restored for use in the Guadalupe chapel. The most contemporary artistic work is a mural depicting all of the people of Canada, United States, Mexico, Central and South America who played a significant role in the evangelization of the Americas.

  • Weekdays 12:10pm
  • Saturdays 12:10pm, 4:00 PM & 5:30 PM – Vigil Masses
  • Sundays 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM, 12:30 PM, 4:30 PM in English & 6:30 PM in Spanish
  • Adoration Monday after 12:10 PM Mass until 7:00 PM (With St. Peregrine Novena)
  • Tuesday – Thursday: after the 12:10 PM Mass in church until closing (4:30 PM)
  • Friday after 12:10 PM Mass until 3:00 PM
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Daily Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Prayer and meditation before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament are great ways to spend some special time with Him. You can ask Him for graces for yourself or for loved ones, reflect on His Word, or just keep Him company! And it’s no bother for Jesus. In fact, He very much wants to see you

We as Catholics believe that at Mass bread and wine truly become the body, blood, soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, during the Consecration by the priest. The consecrated bread, the Eucharist, in the form of wafers we call hosts, becomes what is known as the Blessed Sacrament.

Jesus appears to us at that point in the form of bread and wine. Yet, as we believe following the doctrine of what is called the Real Presence, our Lord is as present to us here as He was to his apostles in Palestine 2000 years ago!

About the Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer

The Shrine was dedicated to the greater honor and glory of God and for the salvation of his people. It was named the Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer as a proclamation that Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior…and that he lives with us always and everywhere.

Every year Las Vegas has about 41,100,000 visitors from all over the globe. Somewhere between five and six million of our visitors are Catholics.

Catholics are very special people when it comes to religion. No matter where we go we take our faith and religious practices with us. We expect to join in the celebration of the Sunday Liturgy and to have the other sacraments available to us no matter where we may find ourselves. We take it for granted that the local Church will provide all the facilities and personnel necessary to meet our religious needs.

In the case of Las Vegas that is no easy task. Even with an enlarged Cathedral at the north end of the strip we were unable to serve the growing number of destination resorts being planned for the south end of the strip.

Dedicated on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord (Feb. 2nd) 1993, this 2,200 seat Church was largely funded by individual and corporate donations of the people of Las Vegas.

The Shrine is not a Parish, therefore cannot administer or celebrate the sacraments of Baptism or Holy Matrimony.

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