If you would like to include the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy in your Last Will and Testament it is of paramount importance to use the correct clauses and terminology as shown below:

“I give to the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy, operating under the legal name “Trustees of the Pauline Fathers and Brothers” in the State of New South Wales for its general purposes, the sum of $.........OR ......... percent of my estate OR the property at ...... (OR other specific items), free of all duties, taxes and other deductions of whatever kind. I declare that the receipt of the Rector of the Shrine, or other designated officer, of the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy, Penrose Park shall be sufficient discharge to my Executors and Trustees."

Diocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy, commonly known as Penrose Park (located in the Southern Highlands, NSW) is a renowned place of veneration of the replica of the Icon of Our Lady of Jasna Góra, known as the Black Madonna.  The Shrine is ministered by the Order of St. Paul the First Hermit known as the Pauline Fathers, who are the custodians of the original Icon of the Black Madonna for more than 630 years.