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Welcome to Mount Schoenstatt. The Cor Unum in Patre Shrine was dedicated on October 18, 2008 and is the ninth Schoenstatt Shrine in the United States. A Schoenstatt Shrine is a place of grace and a Marian place of pilgrimage.

Hours of operation: Daily 9:00 am – 5:30 pm

Address:
17071 Low Road
Helotes, TX 78023
Phone:(210) 695-1400

Schoenstatt Spirituality
Schoenstatt is a place of grace, a movement of holiness and a new way of life. The Schoenstatt Movement was founded on October 18, 1914, by Father Joseph Kentenich in Schoenstatt near Vallendar on the Rhine in west central Germany. The word Schoenstatt means “beautiful place”.

A place of grace
The Schoenstatt Shrine is the movement’s spiritual home. It is the center of the life of the movement. The shrine is dedicated to Mary as Mother Thrice Admirable, Queen and Victress of Schoenstatt. In addition to the Original Shrine in Germany, there are over 180 replica daughter shrines throughout the world, most have retreat centers. Thousands of pilgrims visit these shrines each year. They come to Mary, their Mother, in faith to experience inner renewal.

A movement of holiness
Schoenstatt is a movement of moral and religious renewal in the Catholic Church. Through a deep love for Mary, the Mother of God, members strive to connect their faith with daily life. It is an international movement present in all continents and has members from all vocations and walks of life. The six secular institutes, many branches and communities form a single Schoenstatt Family.

A new way of life
Schoenstatt is a way of life that enables its members to live the call to holiness through a deep faith in Divine Providence. Faith in God’s loving care is integrated in practical everyday life—trying to discover God’s will and responding accordingly. The essence of Schoenstatt spirituality is the covenant of love with Mary, with the Triune God, with our. Founder and with one another as family

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  • 54
  • Catholic
  • May 4, 2009
  • English

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