Located in Šaštín, the Basilica of the Seven Sorrows of the Virgin Mary (Bazilika Sedembolestnej Panny Márie) is one of the most known Santuaries of Slovakia and destination of countless tourists. The origin of the Marian devotion in the place dates back to the 16th century, when a statue of the Madonna of Seven Sorrows was positioned in a chapel of the village in 1564. Following many healings upon prayer and intercession of the Virgin, the statue was recognised miraculous in 1732 and today’s basilica started to be built close to the place of the original chapel. Today, the Basilica welcomes pilgrims from Slovakia and the whole world to express their devotion to the miracles and grace received for their body and spirit.
Practical information on the streaming
The Basilica offers an online broadcast service under the following YouTube link.
On the same page, you can find the schedule of broadcasted celebrations and prayer moments at the Basilica.