Along the pathways and amidst the trees are several grottos and religious sculptures dotting the landscape of the 120 acres of the Sorrowful Mother Shrine. Each grotto is dedicated to a saint or a mystery of Christ's or the Blessed Virgin's life. Pilgrims may visit and pray at all the grottos or choose to hold special services at grottos honoring saints to which they have specific devotions. Each year pilgrims form processions to visit the grottos and honor their patron saints.

The following grottos are available to visitors:

  • Alpine Grotto / Crucifixion Scene
  • New Ukranian Martyrs of the 20th Century
  • St. Francis of Assisi
  • St. Anthony of Padua
  • Our Lady of Grace Philippine Shrine
  • Fatima Grotto
  • Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
  • Mary Queen of Martyrs
  • Blessed Kateri Tekawitha
  • St. Jude the Apostle
  • Christ's Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane
  • Sepulcher, the Tomb of Christ
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto
  • Our Lady of Czestochowa Grotto
  • SS. Isidore and Maria, Patrons of Farming Grotto
  • St. Maria Faustina, Secretary of Divine Mercy Grotto
  • St. Joseph and the Child Jesus
  • Assumption of the Mother of God Grotto
  • Crucifix, First World War Memorial
  • Maria del Grazia (of Grace) Grotto
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Grotto
  • Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta
  • Holy Family Grotto
  • St. Lucy, Patron of Eyes, Grotto
  • St. Catherine of Siena Grotto
  • St. George, Great Martyr, Patron of Scouting, Athletes and Military
  • Sacred Heart of Jesus Statue
  • Stained Glass Memorial (Fr. Fred Falce, C.PP.S., 1980-1987)
  • St. Peregrine, Patron of those having cancer
  • Our Lady of China and the Orient
  • Sorrowful Mother Grotto
  • Madonna of the Precious Blood and St. Gaspar del Bufalo Grotto
  • St. Teresa. the Little Flower, Garden
  • Memorial to the Unborn