National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help Holds Masses & Healing Service

Two Feast Day Masses and a monthly Eucharistic healing service will be celebrated at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in February. Feb. 3 is the Feast Day of St. Blaise Sebaste, who was bishop of Sebaste in Armenia in the fourth century. St. Blaise, who was a doctor before becoming a bishop, is believed to have cured a child who nearly died when a fishbone became stuck in the child’s throat. The 11 am Mass on Feb. 3 will take place in the Apparition Chapel and will include the Blessing of the Throats.

In keeping with its monthly schedule, Champion Shrine is also holding Masses with Eucharistic Healing Services the last Saturday of each month. The next mass will be held in the Apparition Chapel at Champion Shrine at 11 am on Feb. 25 with Special Eucharistic Healing Services to follow at 12 pm.

The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help is located at 4047 Chapel Drive in Champion, centrally located between Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay and Algoma. For more information visit