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Our Lady of Consolation

Basilica and National Shrine

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Located on Clay Street, this Basilica is served by the Conventual Franciscans. The statue of the Virgin Mary was brought to Carey in 1875 from Luxembourg. Shrine devotions are held Sunday at 2:30pm. Three blocks west of the main church, the 23-acre park contains a memorial altar and the Stations of the Cross. Open daily 24 hours.

Location: 315 Clay Street, Carey Ohio 43316 Telephone 419-396-7107

Other History nearby:
(Lima) Allen County Museum
(Milan) Edison Birthplace Museum
(Norwalk) Firelands Museum
(Findlay) Ghost Town Museum Park
(Findlay) Hancock County Courthouse
(Findlay) Hancock Historical Museum

02/07 Coming to The Carey area
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