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Polish Falcons Day of Prayer Print E-mail

Polish FalconsSunday, September 23rd

The Polish Falcons of America’s annual day of prayer at Our Lady of Czestochowa in Doylestown, PA, is scheduled for Sunday, September 23rd. The Mass will begin at 12:30 PM. Afterward, there will be a procession to the cemetery to visit the graves of Starzynski and Wasilewski. It will be appreciated if all could wear their Falcon uniform. 

Festiwal zakończony i już za rok zapraszamy ponownie... Print E-mail

Boze NutkiW niedzielę wieczorem 9 września zakończył się 42. Polsko – Amerykański Festiwal – "to był niesamowity czas, pełen radości, miłości, tego wszystkiego co kochamy i co tak bardzo nam przypomina nasz dom, ten w Polsce" – powtarzali uczestnicy i goście. Podczas tych pięciu dni festiwalu odwiedziło nas ponad 35 tysięcy gości, przybyłych z różnych, czasem najbardziej odległych stanów Ameryki, ale byli także goście z Europy, nade wszystko z Polski, ale także z Niemiec, Anglii, Francji.

Our Lady of Sorrows Print E-mail

PietaSeptember 15th

We can trace devotion to  back to apostolic times. St. John the Evangelist, whom we can consider as one of the first devotees of the Mother of Sorrows, witnessed first-hand and then recorded in his Gospel that Mary stood by the Cross of her Son (Jn 19:25). There on Calvary the Blessed Mother suffered—overwhelmed with grief at seeing her Son, who is also her God, die an agonizing death by crucifixion.

At the Presentation of the Infant Jesus at the Temple, Simeon prophesied that Mary’s soul would be pierced by a sword so that the thoughts of many hearts would be revealed (Lk 2:35). Mary, as the first and greatest disciple of her Son, participated in a most deep and profound way in the redemptive work of Our Lord.


The Exaltation of the Holy Cross Print E-mail

09-14-exaltation_of_the_holy_cross.jpg Friday, September 14th

Early in the fourth century St. Helena, mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine, went to Jerusalem in search of the holy places of Christ's life. She razed the Temple of Aphrodite, which tradition held was built over the Savior's tomb, and her son built the Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher over the tomb. During the excavation, workers found three crosses. Legend has it that the one on which Jesus died was identified when its touch healed a dying woman.  

The Most Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary Print E-mail

09-12-most_holy_name_of_the_blessed_virgin_mary-01.jpgWednesday, September 12th

In accordance with Jewish custom our Lady's parents named her eight days after her birth, and were inspired to call her Mary. The Hebrew name of Mary (in Latin Domina) means lady or sovereign; this Mary is in virtue of her Son's sovereign authority as Lord of the World. We call Mary our Lady as we call Jesus our Lord. When we pronounce her name, we affirm her power, implore her aid and place ourselves under her protection. 

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