Contact Us

The Museums are located in the Spalding Pastoral Center in Peoria, Illinois 
Please feel free to contact us with any questions:

The Diocesan Museum   419 NE Madison Avenue Peoria, IL 61603   
                   
Tel: 309-671-1550
Sr. Lea
Email:archives@cdop.org                    
                                                   
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Museum
419 NE Madison Avenue
Peoria, IL 61603

Tel: 877-71SHEEN
Fax: 309-671-1573
Email: info@sheencause.org

REGULAR HOURS: 
Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm

SPECIAL HOURS:  IF TRAVELING FROM OUT OF TOWN CALL AHEAD SO WE CAN OFFER THE BEST EXPERIENCE.

9/6/21 CLOSED - Labor Day
10/11/21 CLOSED - Columbus Day
11/11/21 CLOSED - Veteran's Day
11/24/21 CLOSED - Thanksgiving Holiday
11/25/21 CLOSED - Thanksgiving Holiday
11/26/21 CLOSED - Thanksgiving Holiday
12/8/21 CLOSED - Immaculate Conception
12/24/21 THRU 12/31/21  CLOSED - Christmas Holiday
1/17/22 CLOSED - Martin Luther King Day
2/21/22 CLOSED - President's Day
4/15/22 CLOSED - Good Friday
4/18/22 CLOSED - Easter Monday
5/30/22 CLOSED - Memorial Day
 

Because some of these activities depend on the availability of the facilities, please call the museum offices at 309-671-1550 to customize your visit and make sure we are open.  The museums are open for free and operate on your generosity.  To donate click here: DONATE

For SHEEN TOMB hours click here: SHEEN TOMB

SPECIAL HOTEL RATES:
Stay at a hotel in walking distance (only 2 block walk) while in town - mention Catholic Diocese of Peoria for special rate:
Sheridan 4 Points (Bonvoy Hotel) (309) 306-3424ON-LINE SPECIAL RATE

Marriott Pere Marquette (only 4 block walk) call (309) 637-6500  mention the Catholic Diocese of Peoria and get a $99 rate.



“Why God permits crosses: He permits mental crosses, like worries, fear, anxieties, to make us feel His absence.  If our love of goodness does not draw us to Him, at least our weariness will throw us back to Him.  He permits physical crosses like sufferings to make us feel His Presence.  Sickness forcibly draws us away from the world and its pleasures, and makes us realize that His scarred Hands cannot touch us without leaving wounds.” Archbishop Fulton Sheen (About Crosses)