In American Czestochowa we present the collections entrusted to us by pilgrims coming to this Sanctuary. Our vocation is not limited to cultivating only spiritual goods, but also treasures of national culture and memory of our great countrymen. Therefore, at our Shrine, there is an exhibition hall with many memorabilia/remembrance related to John Paul II, including the chasuble and the cassock of John Paul II, as well as a collection of stamps commemorating His pastoral visits and many more. In addition, we have a rich collection of paintings by outstanding artists of......
On December 10, 1905, Henryk Sienkiewicz, has received the Nobel Prize. He had a great devotion to the Mother of God, Our Lady of Czestochowa. During his life he has also made pilgrimages to the Jasna Gora Shrine in Czestochowa, Poland. Sienkiewicz has received the Nobel Prize for lifetime achievement, including outstanding achievements in the field of epic and “a rare genius who embodied the spirit of the nation”. However, he was most famous for his novel “Quo Vadis”, published in 1895. We would like to remind you that at our Shrine......