Under the top of Živčáková, water flows from several mountain springs, which has beneficial effects on the human body and soul. Pilgrims believe in its miraculous healing power, as evidenced by several thanks for healing in the form of tables placed on the walls of the Chapel of Our Lady Queen of Peace, which was built in 1993 at the initiative of the then administrator of the parish Turzovka vdp. Ivan Mahrik. At that time, Korňa was a branch of the parish of Turzovka. Only later did it become an independent parish. The chapel in the middle of the forest near the healing springs has a simple regular shape and its glass facade allows pilgrims direct visual contact with the sanctuary. On the wall above the sacrificial table is a large simple wooden cross and on the left a statue of the Virgin Mary with a gracious image of the Virgin Mary. There is a legend about this painting, according to which the painting did not burn even when it was deliberately set on fire by the enemies of the pilgrimage site. Only the edges burned, but the figure of the Mother of God remained intact. This can also be proof that there is still something between heaven and earth.
The chapel of the Virgin Mary did not have enough capacity due to the increase in the number of visitors to Živčáková, which is why the idea of building a church arose. The year 2008 became crucial, when Živčaková was declared a Marian pilgrimage site and in the same year, in September, Mons. Tomáš Galis, bishop of the newly established Diocese of Žilina, authorized the construction of the Church of Our Lady of the Church together with the exercise-pastoral facility and solemnly consecrated the foundation stone. The author of the project of the new church was Ing. arch. Marián Goč. The administrator of the Korňa parish, Dean Ivan Mahrík, took over the entire management, preparatory work and construction supervision.
Seven years after the start of construction, on October 4, 2015, the Church of Our Lady of the Church was solemnly consecrated by the diocesan bishop of Žilina, Mons. Tomas Galis. The realizer of a remarkable mosaic painting on the altar wall of the church is Vdp. prof. Ivan Marko Rupník with a team from the center of Aletti Rome. The main pilgrimages take place every year in spring and autumn. The observation terrace on the church tower provides an interesting and unusual view of the beautiful nature of Kysúc.
The Marian pilgrimage site Živčáková with the new Church of the Virgin Mary, the Mother Church, as well as a chapel built in the 1990s and several abundant healing springs is one of the most visited places in Kysucie and in the entire Žilina region.