Divine Mercy Shrine of Holy Mary, Maria Nagar, Thodupuzha, Kerala India, is a place of worship chosen by the God The Father through His beloved daughter Holy Mary to
shed the unfathomable Mercy of God. Our Lady said "I am the Mother of Mercy.
I have come with my Son to Thodupuzha for the entire world. Salvation in its fullness comes to those who depend on the Son through the Mother"
Our Lady of Divine Mercy is inviting everybody to lead a True Christian life based on the Ten Commandments, the Laws of the Church, The Word of God, Sacramental Life, The Teachings and The Traditions of the Church and Veneration of Holy Mary and Saints. According to Holy Mother, obeying the Ten Commandments in letter and spirit is the corner stone of a fruitful Christian Life. She taught against many deep rooted vices, and
wrong practices among the faithful.
Mercy of God is the need of the hour. This place is specially selected for pouring out His Divine Mercy breaking all the limitations, especially when you follow what is being taught by Holy Mother in this Shrine. Thousands of testimonies and miracles, as well as the unending flow of pilgrims from different parts of the world, are the sound proof for this Divine intervention.
This Shrine is under the Diocese of Kothamangalam, Kerala, India. His Lordship, Mar George Madathikandathil, Bishop of Kothamangalam is the patron, Rev Fr. Jose Pothoor is the Rector and Rev Fr. Francis Madathilparambil is the Assistant Rector of the Shrine. SABS sisters look after the Shrine and take care of the pilgrims coming from far and near
The Shrine, is open to pilgrims from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Holy Mass is celebrated on all days of the week. Priests are available for hearing confession on all days. Everyday during evening time, there is an hour of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Rosary. At other times an atmosphere of silence is preserved for prayer.
Two Feasts are celebrated solemnly at this Shrine. On the first Sunday after Easter ( designated as the Second Sunday of Easter in litergical books ) the Feast of Divine Mercy and on the 8th of December, the Feast of Immaculate Conception of Our Lady are celebrated.