Hands-on aid and praying the Rosary guide Nick Koeppel’s efforts and those who volunteer with him in Krakow.
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Archbishop of Krakow: To Be a Credible Opponent of Russian Imperialism, Europe Must Remember Who It Is
Archbishop Marek Jędraszewski discusses the root causes of the current war, the painful past of Poland and Ukraine, and the European Union’s recent sanctions against Poland that he considers counterproductive.
‘I Pray to St. John Paul II Every Day’: How a Ukrainian Refugee Found Shelter at the Pope’s Former Krakow Residence
‘Through the intercession of St. John Paul II, God led us to this residence,’ says refugee Eleanor Petritschenko.
St. John Paul II’s historic diocese in Poland is at the forefront of humanitarian aid for the countless women and children in search of a safe place to stay.
At the ceremony, the Archdiocese of Kraków officially formed the tribunals that will seek evidence that the Polish pope’s parents lived lives of heroic virtue, enjoy a reputation for holiness and are regarded as intercessors.
Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz welcomed pilgrims to the youth event on July 26 in Krakow.