Marian Shrines in China

The following listing represents a selection of major Marian Shrines in China and Taiwan, classified according to Regions and Provinces. The map reproduced here allows one to situate the shrines according to regions.



Provinces of China (image source: sacu.org)
 
  1. Northern Region

    1. Inner Mongolia, The Shrine of Our Lady of Mo Zi Shan -[View Satellite Map]
    2. Shan Dong Province, The Shrine of Our Lady of Jianshan -[View Satellite Map]
    3. Jilin province, The Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes -[View Satellite Map]
    4. He Bei Province, The Shrine of Our Lady of Dong Lu -[View Satellite Map]

  2. Mid-West Region

    1. Shanxi Province, The Shrine of Our Lady of Grace, Ban Quan Shan -[View Satellite Map]
    2. Shanxi Province, The Shrine of Lady of Hu Xian -[View Satellite Map]
    3. Shanxi Province, The Shrine of Our Lady of Sorrows in Dong Er Gou -[View Satellite Map]
    4. Jiangsu Province, The Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes, Lang Shan, Hiamen -[View Satellite Map]
    5. Jiangsu Province, The Shrine of Our Lady of Sheshan, Shanghai Diocese -[View Satellite Map]
    6. Jiangsu Province, The Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes,Qing Yang, Jiang Yin -[View Satellite Map]
    7. Zhe Jiang Province, The Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes, Jiao Jiang -[View Satellite Map]

  3. Southern Region

    1. South West ,Guizhou Province, The Shrine of our Lady of Bliss (Zhang Ke) -[View Satellite Map]
    2. Fu Jian Province, The Sanctuary of Rosary Villa -[View Satellite Map]

  4. Taiwan

    1. Ilan County, Villa of Our Lady at Wu Fung Chi -[View Satellite Map]
    2. Ping Dong County, The Basilica of Wanchin, The Immaculate Conception -[View Satellite Map]
 

Reference: Father Anh Thu Tran (John the Baptist),C.S.J.B., Marian Shrines in China, Published by St. Francis Xavier Church (Chinese Community),Vancouver, BC. Canada,2009.

Address: St. Francis Xavier Parish, 428 Great Northern Way, Van.,BC,V5T 4S5,Canada, Tel 1-(604)254-2727, E-mail address: jbtat@yahoo.com

By Celia Chua, MIC, August 2012

 

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