Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary
Schoenstatt is an international Marian movement for the moral and religious renewal of the world. It originated in Germany in 1914. It's centre is a little shrine which is a place of pilgrimage. The original shrine is at Schoenstatt, near Koblenz on the Rhine River. There are now close to 200 such shrines all over the world.
On October 18, Schoenstatt celebrated its centenary. We send our congratulations to the Sisters of Mary on this wonderful occassion and remarkable accomplishment. May they be abundantly blessed at this happy time and may they continue to receive God's grace in all the work they do. Click here to visit the official centenary website.
At the shrine here at Constantia there is Daily Adoration
There are no upcoming events at this time.
The shrine is open all day and anyone is welcome to visit it for quiet prayer. People can enter their prayer petitions in a book or place them into a jar. During the Adoration hours the Sisters pray for these intentions.
We invite you to come and pray, meditate and relax in this place of peace.
Retreat and Training Centre
Connected to the shrine is also a Retreat and Training Centre which is available to various groups or individuals for conferences, training and recollection days, as well as for private retreats.
The Schoenstatt Shrine is opposite the church at
3 Schoenstatt Ave
For further information please call
021 794 5100 or 021 794 3132.
Read more about the Schoenstatt Movement at some of the below useful links