A place to be thankful.

The history of Schoenstatt is marked by simple events, but of deep significance, from which a movement of grace, life and ideas has been born. It was born at the beginning of the last century in the place called Schoenstatt, which means "beautiful place", next to the village of Vallendar on the Rhine, Germany. Its founder was Father José Kentenich.

History in México begins with an alliance around 1973, when the first Sisters of Mary arrived in Mexico City and, together with Father José Manuel Pérez, they founded the first groups.

The Schoenstatt Shrine in Querétaro was the first in México. It was built in 1980 and from there it spread throughout the Republic. Currently, there are Sanctuaries in San Luis Potosí, Monterrey, Ciudad Jiménez and Chilapa. Each Shrine has its own history and with it a wealth of life and a stream of divine graces that make it special.

In the same way, each Sanctuary has its name and with it an ideal for which the corresponding Schoenstatt Family strives and unites. The name of the Sanctuary of Querétaro is: Mary, Mother and Queen, Faithful Heart of the Church, name under which they believe and work in their mission to maintain and reconquer fidelity to the Catholic Church.

Mass times:
Wednesday to Friday at 8:00 h.
Saturday at 12:30 h.
Sunday at 10:00 and 12:30 h.

Visiting hours:
Monday to Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Santuario de Schoenstatt en Corregidora Queretaro



Camino a los Olvera, km 2, interior 7, Camino a los Olvera, 77904 Corregidora, Qro.

Contact phones

T. (442) 228 1220