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Oceans of Mercy in Poland


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Oceans of Mercy in Poland

Celebrate Lives of Mercy Saints: John Paul the Great, Maximilian Kolbe and Faustina Kowalska
Optional extensions: Pre-Pilgrimage – Vilnius; Post-Pilgrimage – Danube River Cruise (Budapest) or custom.
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After the Death of St. John Paul the Great in 2005, his longtime assistant, The Eminent Stanislaw Cardinal Dziwisz, Archbishop of Krakow, declared the “Mercy Triangle” as an official Pilgrimage destination, with the Plenary Indulgences normally granted to Pilgrims. This small area in the South of Poland was home to the three Polish Mercy Saints, St. John Paul the Great, St. Maximilian Kolbe and St. Mary Faustina Kowalska.

The area also is associated with numerous other Saints of the Church, among them are St. Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein) who died at Auschwitz and St. Brother Albert Chmielowski, founder of the Albertines, painter of “Ecce Homo” and subject of the play written by Karol Wojtyla (before he became Pope) entitled “Our God’s Little Brother”.

This Pilgrimage is in Retreat Format, with limited bus travel, minimum moving to new accommodations and flexibility for Devotions and Cultural Interaction in the Spirit of Redemptoris Missio. Healings have been reported on prior Pilgrimages, but we promise you only “memories that will last a lifetime”. Besides the basic Pilgrimage, optional extensions are offered both before and after.

Prices are “Land Only”; however, we will gladly handle your flights booking, including for those not departing Phoenix. Walking requires reasonable mobility, is moderately stressful. (Wheel Chair with attendant available.).

A St. Faustina Relic for your Church, Chapel or Prayer Group?

If you qualify according to rigid criteria, you may be able to obtain a Relic. Here’s how it works:
1. Request procedure info from Mike. Determine whether you might
qualify.
2. Send application letter and supporting docs to Divine Mercy Shrine in
Krakow requesting conditional approval to receive your Relic
3. While in Krakow, you have personal interview with Sisters of Mercy
at the Shrine who will make final determination whether you are awarded a Relic, and what kind. (Interview must be in Krakow – Lagiewniki at Shrine.)

During our Retreat-Pilgrimage in April 2014, Dee Kush received a Relic Fragment of the Saint’s Bone for her Parish Divine Mercy Prayer Group in Omaha. Previous Pilgrims have received garment fabric.

For Information, Reservations:
Mike Richard
602-819-7473
Email Mike@LivingKrakow.com

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