Come see the newly renovated St. Dymphna Shrine and St. Mary's Church. The Shrine and gift shop are open 9-5 Monday through Friday. Pilgrims and visitors are always invited and welcome to join us for prayer, adoration and weekly Shrine Mass at our Eucharistic chapel; 726 First Street NE (in St. Mary's Parish Center) on Tuesdays at 4:00pm.
Our web store has changed! We have increased the inventory adding hundreds of new products. If you have been a customer previously you will have to re-register in the new store to purchase. Be sure to stop in and browse around to see all the new items. Enter Store Here.
National Shrine of St. Dymphna (pronounced Dimf-nah) is located on the grounds of St. Mary Parish in Massillon Ohio.
St. Dymphna is the patroness of those afflicted with mental and nervous disorders. Although many have never heard of St. Dymphna, she is becoming increasingly popular during these days of worry, fear and anxiety. Then, too, there are few people in the world who are not at some time or another troubled with their nerves.
Shrine and Gift Shop open weekdays 9:00am-5:00pm. Weekends by appointment. The shrine is also available for visitation during St Mary’s Mass times (Saturday 4:30pm, Sunday 8:00am-10:30am).
The National Shrine of St Dymphna and gift shop will be closed on Thursday November 23 and Friday November 24 in observance of Thanksgiving. We pray that everyone has a safe and Blessed Thanksgiving.
Give thanks to the Lord for all His many blessings! Please call 330-833-8478 for further information.
We have now relocated from the grounds of Heartland Behavioral Healthcare in Massillon Ohio to St. Mary Parish in Massillon.
Our new street address is:
THE LEAGUE OF ST. DYMPHNA comprises members who invoke her intercession that they will be preserved from mental and nervous disorders, or soon recover if now afflicted. The membership in the League is $3.00 per year, less than 6 cents a week, and you will share in our most continuous novenas, plus the benefits listed on the application. (click here) Most members are enrolled and make the novenas with us for a relative or friend who is having a real struggle climbing the hill of recovery. We receive a number of letters expressing gratitude for favors received. Many recoveries can be attributed to St. Dymphna's intercession. There are some, however, who must continue to carry the heavy burden of mental suffering and we should not overlook the merit they gain for all eternity.
7-Day Votive Candle Lighted at the Shrine