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
Reverend Joseph Capella - email
Rev. James Bartoloma
In Residence, Vice Chancellor
Msgr. Roger McGrath - email
Deacon John Berstecher - email
Principal - John Paul II Regional School
Director - Religious Education
Director of Hispanic Ministries
Director of Shrine Services
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,
Well, we made it…Lent! So what's your desert look like
this year? What stones is the devil asking you to turn into bread? What aspects about your life is he attacking to lead you to think that your life isn't worth a cruciﬁxion and resurrection? Remember, the best way to deal with a bully is to meet the bully face to face. Through our Lenten journey, we will have an opportunity to do so. It's very interesting, the best way for him to keep us from growing in our sanctity is to whisper in our soul's ear that we aren't worth Jesus' sacriﬁce. He tells us that the nagging sin we can't seem to overcome is proof of that so why even waste our time with the sacrament of Reconciliation? After all, if God really loved us, He wouldn't permit us to continue to struggle with all the things we face. That's like saying if a coach really wanted us to be the best at a sport, the coach wouldn't permit us to sweat and workout and push us to the limit at practice.. read more