Parish Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Welcome to Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Shrine! Our mission as a Catholic Christian faith community is to retell the story of Jesus Christ and His truth through worship, evangelization of the Catholic faith and gospel based on service to our neighbors.
If you are interested in becoming a member of a vibrant and dynamic experience of the Catholic Christian faith, please feel free to visit our parish and become a part of a Christ centered community of disciples.
Click here to download a parish registration form. Once completed, you can drop it off at the parish office at the Lindenwold location or put in the collection basket during mass.
The Diocesan Shrine of Our Lady
of Guadalupe is a place of pilgrimage
under the patronage of Our Lady of
Guadalupe as the patroness of the
unborn. We offer daily confession,
morning and evening Mass, weekly
adoration and the opportunity
for the faithful to have their prayer intentions
remembered in a special Mass of Remembrance
on the 12th of every month.
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Parish Shrine Staff
Rev. Joseph P. Capella - email
Rev. Jon Thomas
Rev. Wilson Paulose
Chaplain, Kennedy Hosipital
Rev. James Bartoloma
Chancellor, Diocese of Camden
Rev. John Berstecher - email
Mrs. Helen Persing - email
Director of Liturgy & Music
Director of Hispanic Ministries
Coordinator of Religious Education
Mrs. Stephanie Greco - email
Director of Shrine Services
Mr. Francisco Torres
Parish Office Hours:
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
135 N. White Horse Pike
Lindenwold, NJ 08021
Dear Parishioners and Visitors of Our
Lady of Guadalupe Shrine,
I usually don't watch the news channels or even spend much time online with world news. Sometimes I'll listen to NPR or some other station while driving. This past week however I was sitting in the hospital waiting room at the Univ. of Penn and I watched a reporter on a news channel report something very disturbing. It seemed hard to believe that I was hearing this report in 2014. It looked like something that might have been aired on the History Channel as if it occurred many millennia ago. I couldn't believe what I was seeing and hearing, it was horrifying. Read more...
Our Lady of Guadalupe, mystical rose, make intercession for the Holy Church, protect the Sovereign Pontiff, help all those who invoke thee in their necessities, and since thou art the ever Virgin Mary and Mother of God, obtain for us from thy most holy Son the grace of keeping our faith, sweet hope in the midst of the bitterness of life, burning charity and the precious gift of final perseverance.