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26
Nov 2020
Thanksgiving Day

HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Wishing You and Your Family a Beautiful and Blessed Day!   “Remember the past with gratitude. Live the present with Enthusiasm. Look forward to the future with confidence.”- St. John Paul II   Brothers and Sisters in Christ, A Thanksgiving Day is a day when we give thanks to the Lord for everything, for the gift of life, good health, for our families, friends, and especially for all the blessings and graces that we receive from His bounty. Perhaps it is good to be thankful especially in the time of......

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24
Nov 2020
Support our Shrine this #GivingTuesday

On #GivingTuesday – December 1, 2020, millions of people will come together to support their favorite non-profit organizations. Is the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa a special place for you? Does it help you to connect with God, the Blessed Mother, or with your Polish heritage? Join the global day of giving with your gift to our Shrine: www.czestochowa.us/donation/ As a preparation for the #GivingTuesday2020, we will be posting daily few videos on our Facebook profile and YouTube channel from Telethon Fundraiser (Virtual Festival), which aired online in September 2020. We......

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20
Nov 2020
Thank you Lacson Family!

November 22nd will be the last Sunday that the Lacson family will be with us at our Shrine before they move back to the Philippines, later that week. We would like to express our gratitude to the Lacson Family who volunteered at our Shrine for many years. We all are going to miss the amazing voice of Hope Lacson. She served as a cantor here since she was a toddler. If you would like to say goodbye to Hope and her family, she will be cantoring during this weekend at the 5......

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06
Nov 2020
Provincial Visitation in Doylestown

During the first days of November, 2nd to 6th, a canonical visitation took place at our Pauline Monastery and the Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa in Doylestown. The visitation was conducted by Fr. Tadeusz Lizinczyk OSPPE, Provincial of the Pauline Community in the USA, and Fr. Karol Jarzabek OSPPE, Provincial Secretary. May this time of the Provincial Visitation strengthen our community of Pauline Fathers & Brothers and help us in our ministries at the Shrine....

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06
Nov 2020
Consecration to St. Joseph

On November 1st – the Solemnity of All Saints – a consecration to St. Joseph took place at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Doylestown, PA. A group of faithful, led by Fr. Timothy Tarnacki OSPPE, has been preparing for this day during the 33 day period, according to Fr. Donald Calloway’s book “Consecration to St. Joseph”. The Act of Consecration was recited by the gorgeous altar dedicated to St. Joseph, in the Main Church. Congratulations to all who have decided to consecrate themselves to this amazing saint! Our group......

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06
Nov 2020
Solemnity of All Saints and Prayer for the Faithful Departed

The Solemnity of All Saints and an annual day of prayer for all the faithful departed was celebrated this year on Sunday, November 1st.On this day many pilgrims came from different states to pray for their deceased relatives, especially the ones who have been buried at our Shrine cemetery. Unfortunately, due to the rainy weather we were unable to organize our annual outdoor procession to the cemetery. Instead a Rosary devotion has been offered for those who have passed away. During the month of November, we invite everyone to remember all the......

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06
Nov 2020
Remember About the Veterans!

A patriotic initiative “Remember about the Veterans”, commemorating Polish veterans has taken place at our Shrine on October 31st. It was organized by Stowarzyszenie Pamiec. More than 2,300 veteran tombs (crosses) have been decorated with a red and white ribbon. Thank you for keeping our veterans in your memory and for your help in maintaining our cemetery, the largest military cemetery outside Poland. God Bless!...

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