"On the same Sunday, I will announce that in every local church, at the cathedral – the mother church of the faithful in any particular area – or, alternatively, at the co-cathedral or another church of special significance, a Door of Mercy will be opened for the duration of the Holy Year. At the discretion of the local ordinary, a similar door may be opened at any shrine frequented by large groups of pilgrims, since visits to these holy sites are so often grace-filled moments, as people discover a path to conversion. Every Particular Church, therefore, will be directly involved in living out this Holy Year as an extraordinary moment of grace and spiritual renewal. Thus the Jubilee will be celebrated both in Rome and in the Particular Churches as a visible sign of the Church’s universal communion." (M.V. 3)
The Doors of Mercy in all the Dioceses of the world
N.B.: Only diocesan representatives delegated by the bishop can register Doors of Mercy, after having received an access password.
Jubilee Activities throughout the World.
N.B.: Episcopal Conferences, Dioceses, Religious Institutes, and Ecclesial Movements and Associations may register initiatives being promoted for the Jubilee.
Some documents put out by the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization containing useful information for implementing the Jubilee of Mercy throughout the world