The Resurrection Garden is open to all who wish to pray. In order to achieve the objectives of the shrine, the following guidelines are proposed:

  • Upon entering the Resurrection Garden people are expected to observe complete silence. Even prayer should be conducted in a silent way not to disturb other pilgrims. (Jesus used to go to a lonely and silent place to be in communion with God the Father).

Only the Way of Cross and the Rosary section, being the main features of the             shrine, it’s possible to pray and sing as a group.The Holy Mass is to be                       celebrated in the Church or in the chapels assigned to the groups.

  • It is advisable that groups book beforehand to make easier the service to them. This is possible through the website of the resurrection Garden or by calling in the Office.
  • No photos or videos are allowed within the Garden.
  • Mobile phones must be switched off before entering the Garden.
  • No food or drinks are allowed within the Garden.
  • Trees, flowers, shrubs and grass must be respected by making use of the existing pathways.
  • Furniture are not to be moved out or within the church and the chapels.
  • Although singing is allowed especially during the liturgy, no entertainment or exaggerated singing, dancing or clapping of hands by individuals or choirs, or groups is allowed.
  • After Communion, the priest is requested to immediately finish the mass to allow the next group in. No making of announcements for more than five minutes.
  • The pilgrims, individual or groups, are required to make use of the chapels assigned to them, avoiding to disturb people who are using other chapels.
  • Time for the use of Garden and timetable for the celebration of the Holy Mass (once agreed upon) must be respected.
  • Being the shrine, no fees are charged, but it is proposed to give a voluntary contribution towards the maintenance of the shrine.
  • Holy Mass is celebrated on Sunday at 10.00am and on weekdays at 5:00 pm.