Catholic pilgrimages

Poland accepted the Christianity in 966. Since then we consider ourselves as a Catholic country. Throughout the centuries the Catholic traditions were developing, thus determining both political and social life of Poles. Let us share with you not only these historical traditions but also the contemporary life of Polish Church. Poland is the homeland of St.  John Paul II, St. Faustyna and St. Maximilian Kolbe, just to name a few.  But throughout the centuries Poland has been known as the most tolerant country in Europe where people of different religions could safely practice their beliefs. Why don’t you join one of the tours which will take you to places showing how people of different religions lived together for generations. In today turbulent world a good example to follow by all of us.