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  2. Grotto (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

    The Grotto (Portland, Oregon), a US Catholic sanctuary. The Grotto, a feature of the Playboy Mansion. The Grotto (San Antonio), Texas, US. The Grotto, Victoria, a geological formation in Australia. The Grotto, a natural cavern in Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario, Canada. Grotten (English: The Grotto ), a state-owned honorary residence in ...

  3. The Chapel of Mary, Mother of the Human Race, was dedicated in 1955 by Portland Archbishop Edward D. Howard. The chapel was designed by L. L. Dougan of Dougan & Heims, Architects. In 1983 the shrine was designated a National Sanctuary. Through the years, more than ten million visitors have marveled at The Grotto’s serene environment.

  4. The Complete Guide to the Grotto in Portland - TripSavvy

    The Grotto. Address. 8840 NE Skidmore St, Portland, OR 97220-5028, USA. Phone +1 503-254-7371. Web Visit website. The Grotto—formally known as the National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother—is a Roman Catholic sanctuary and shrine located in Portland, Oregon. For religious and non-religious visitors alike, the Grotto is a place of peace and ...

  5. Festival of Lights – The National ... - Portland, Oregon

    We can’t wait to welcome you back to the Festival! For volunteer information, please email For performer information, please email For general questions about the Festival, please email or call 503-254-7371. Posted in Uncategorized.

  6. The Peace Garden is one of the many attractions of The Grotto, a 62-acre sanctuary of peace, prayer and natural beauty in Portland, Oregon. The garden features a variety of plants, statues, fountains and a labyrinth, all designed to inspire reflection and harmony. Visit The Grotto and explore the Peace Garden and other wonders of this Catholic shrine and botanical garden.

  7. THE GROTTO GIFT SHOP. Set among towering pines and native shrubs, the Grotto Gift Shop greets visitors entering from the main parking lot. This building was dedicated in 1995. The proceeds of the Gift Shop help support The Grotto and its ministries. The Gift Shop displays a variety of inspirational merchandise such as medals, nativity ...

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