• Our Lady Queen of Peace
  • Knock Shrine
  • Crystal Rosary
  • Crystal Crown and st Patrick
  • Relic of Saint Patrick
  • Holy Love Information Center
  • Other places to visit in Knock

Welcome to Knock!

Knock - the Spiritual Heart of Ireland.

Calling all people to visit Knock Shrine to pray for Ireland. The Apparition Chapel is open 365 days of the year. This initiative is promoted by Holy Love Information Center, Main Street, Knock, County Mayo.

Discover the Rosary of the Unborn to conquer abortion. The New Sacramental for the world today.

PRAY THE ROSARY OF THE UNBORN TO END ABORTION

Venerate Relics of Saints as well as the Agnus Dei blessed by Pope Leo XIII — A relic is something connected with a saint or blessed, including a part of their body, clothing, or an object that he used or touched. The New Testament speaks of healings worked by handkerchiefs and aprons that had been in contact with St. Paul’s body (Acts 19:12).

RELICS OF ST PHILOMENA THE WONDER WORKER and other saints

2015: March for Life

Declan & Carmel Waters — HLI, Main Street, Knock — marching for life in Rome, Italy

The March for Life is an annual pro-life rally protesting abortion>

2014: New Evanglisation

Declan & Carmel Waters — Main Street, Knock — with Archbishop Rino Frishella, President of the Pontificial Council for The New Evangelisation, at the Conference in The Vatican recently called for by Pope Francis.

Archbishop Rino Frishella, President of the Pontificial Council for The New Evangelisation>

2013: Close to Home

Part 1 (2013) — #396 — A tour of the Marian Shrine of Knock, Co. Mayo.




Part 2 (2013) — #397 — A visit to Our Lady's House in Knock — 'Holy Love Information Centre, Main Street, Knock, Co. Mayo, Ireland'.



2012-2013: Year of Faith

The OFFICE FOR THE LITURGICAL CELEBRATIONS OF THE SUPREME PONTIFF declared regarding "Communion received on the tongue and while kneeling": The most ancient practice of distributing Holy Communion was, with all probability, to give Communion to the faithful in the palm of the hand. The history of the liturgy, however, makes clear that rather early on a process took place to change this practice.

Download the petition to bring back the Patten during the distribution of the Holy Eucharist! Year of Faith 2012-2013