The St. Padre Pio Shrine is an outdoor Roman Catholic shrine in the Landisville section of Buena, New Jersey dedicated to the 20th-century Italian saint Padre Pio. The shrine was conceived in 1997 by Marie and Pete D’Andrea, Italian-American farmers in Buena, and was designed by local architect Ron Angelo. The structure was completed in 2002, and consists of a four-story monument and three statues on ten acres of land. The monument is composed of a steel frame covered with white stucco, and inside the monument are the statues of Padre Pio, the Blessed Mother, and the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The shrine has a Glove Relic (which is a part of the glove that St. Padre Pio wore to hide his stigma wounds).

Rosary prayer sessions are held at the shrine on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 PM, and some individuals have claimed to have experienced physical & spiritual healings resulting from praying at the shrine.


Located in the heart of New Jersey’s Farmland Come enjoy the countryside with serene ambience, ideal for Prayer, Meditation, Reflection, and Relaxation.

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Due to the Corona Virus, our Wednesday Rosary has been TEMPORALLY SUSPENDED.
Please DO NOT SEND A PETITION TO THE WEBSITE. If you fail and still send your petitions, they will be deleted as the is no place to put them on the relics and prayer.
However, continue to pray and offer your petition to the Blessed Mother and/or St. Padre Pio. Thank you for your cooperation during this national emergency.

God Bless! Joe Tee, Webmaster