A Unique Opportunity to Have a Personalised
Family Pilgrimage to Martyrs’ Shrine
Martyrs’ Shrine offers this unique package to families (groups) of six. Guided by a Jesuit Father, which include a talk on St. Jean de Brébeuf and his companions, a blessing with their holy relics, Mass in the church of St. Joseph, a time to light a candle for someone you love, prayers at our outdoor Stations of the Cross, and access to one of our most beautiful gardens for rest amidst the grandeur of God’s creation.
Come, and experience Martyrs’ Shrine as you never have before!
*** All bookings for the Family Package are subject to change/refund in accordance with federal and provincial COVID-19 protocols. ***
The Martyrs’ Shrine invigorates people of all religious, ethnic and cultural backgrounds through the story of the Canadian Martyrs and their companions.
With over 75 hectares of manicured landscape, an architecturally inspiring historic church and museum, Martyrs’ Shrine is the perfect picnic destination for families.
Shouldering the Wye River, the shrine connects to Sainte-Marie among the Hurons via a walking trail. Welcoming pilgrims from all over the world, Martyrs’ Shrine is also the only Canadian National Shrine outside of Quebec.
Brûlé, Champlain, Recollects and Jesuits journeyed extensively throughout Simcoe County, a place of remembrance in and of itself. The list of the region’s treasures is extensive, from its apple pies to its archaeological and historical sites. The Bay abounds with magnificent beaches, some of the longest freshwater beaches in the world, with the hills offering a panoramic view of that great blue expanse with its turquoise sparkles. Between them lie bike paths and villages with quaint town centres and good restaurants.