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Last weekend we had our first visit to the Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette. What a wonderful place to start or continue a Christmas tradition. Such a peaceful place. The lights and Christmas scenes were beautiful. It was good to get there early...More
Definitely worth the trip to see the holiday lights. Really enjoyed viewing the Nativity collections from all over the world. Grab a cup of hot chocolate at their concession stand and walk the grounds. Thanks to all who set this up every year. This wAs...More
we were going to the lower shaker village and this stop was much more interesting. Lifesize stations of cross, nativity scenes made from all over the world on display and very picturesque scenery for walking or a picnic
I like to make the Lights of LaSalette an annual Christmas road trip.
It is peaceful and wonderous to look at the lights for people of all ages. You can get out and walk through the display.
I like the many displays of the Nativity...More
Have been going to Shrine of Our Lady of LaSalette since the 1950's . It is tradition to go and see the lights during the Holiday Season. The best time is during a snow storm, so tranquil. . Everyone should have this experience.We are proud...More
A trip to the Shrine in the warmer seasons affords an opportunity to walk up the hill and either gaze at the shrine or do an about face to look over Mascoma lake.
Right around Christmas, the same hills are adorned with thousands upon thousands...More
This wonderful Shrine is easily accessible. The Christmas lights give you a feeling of peace and well being. This was an annual visit in my childhood and returning brings fond memories and profound peace.
A visit to Our Lady of La Salette is an annual event in my family. They have the largest Christmas light display in the area. It is a great place to visit and reflect on the true meaning of the Christmas season.
I enjoyed the history of the church and the history of the area.
Originally built by another religious group that did not believe in sex ... eventually .... there were no members left .... humerous ... but what did they expect !
The LaSalettes have a unique presence in this mission territory difficult to describe. The grounds, the ambiance, the intelligence of the Preacher Fr. Rene Butler, and the welcoming, informative nature of this particular religious order is compelling. Quite unique.