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October 14-22

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An Historic Fatima Conference in Warsaw, Poland
October 11-13, 2019

Followed by a
Catholic Treasures & Fatima Center Pilgrimage
to Poland and Prague
October 14-22, 2019

Overview

Poland has a rich, Catholic heritage that dates back over a thousand years. During the last century, Poland resisted Nazism and Communism and the wave of secularism that has swept over the Western world. More people in Poland identify themselves as Catholic, attend Mass weekly and pray than in any other European country. 

Today, however, during a time of an unprecedented crisis in the Church, there are troubling signs for Catholicism in Poland. Weekly Mass attendance among Polish youth is plunging. Unless immediate action is taken, Poland will follow the rest of the Western world into moral and spiritual ruin.

This October, on the weekend of the 102nd anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun, The Fatima Center will bring the Message of Our Lady of Fatima to Poland with an historic conference in Warsaw.

Join us to learn about and help spread Our Lady’s Message for our times. After the conference, join Father Isaac Mary Relyea and Father Michael Rodriguez for a pilgrimage to holy sites in Poland and Prague, where St. Kolbe, St. Stanislaus, St. Hedwig, St. Wenceslas, St. Norbert, and many others led exemplary Catholic lives.

Trip Highlights:

Conference Highlights:

  • Top Speakers on the Message of Fatima, the Crisis in the Church and How to Save Your Soul and the Souls of Those You Love
  • Daily Traditional Mass and Rosary
  • Access to Confession and Spiritual Advice from Holy Priests
  • Free Literature and Sacramentals
  • Four-Star Hotel and Good Food
  • Meet Faithful Catholics from North America and Europe

Pilgrimage Highlights:

WARSAW: St. John’s Cathedral, St. Anna Church, St. Stanislaus Kotska Church
NIEPOKALANOW & AUSCHWITZ: St. Maximilian Kolbe – Monastery, Museum and Martyrdom Site
CZESTOCHOWA: The Black Madonna
KRAKOW: St. Stanislaus of Szczepanow, St. Hedwig
KALWARIA ZEBRZYDOWSKA: Oldest Calvary in Poland
OLOMOUC: St. Wenceslas Cathedral
PRAGUE: Holy Infant of Prague, Loreto House, Premonstratentian Strahov Monastery
DAILY TRADITIONAL MASS

 

Conference Package


$299* USD

The Fatima Center Conference in Warsaw, 2-night accommodations and meals. Pilgrimage & Flights not included.
*price based on double occupancy

Pilgrimage Package


$2,499* USD

Pilgrimage to Poland and Prague, accommodations and meals. Conference & Flights not included.
*price based on double occupancy

Full Package


$3,799* USD

BEST DEAL

Includes The Fatima Center Conference in Warsaw and the Pilgrimage to Poland and Prague, accommodations, meals and a round-trip flight from JFK Airport, New York.
*price based on double occupancy

Land Only Package


$2,799* USD

Includes The Fatima Center Conference in Warsaw and the Pilgrimage to Poland and Prague, accommodations and meals. Flights not included.
*price based on double occupancy

Custom


$— USD

Customize your package. Choose conference, pilgrimage, or both. Choose if you want meals and accommodations. Flights not included.
*price based on double occupancy

*Terms and Conditions can be read here

Conference Speakers


*More speakers will be announced soon

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Pilgrimage Itinerary

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  • The Fatima Center will bring the Message of Our Lady of Fatima to Poland with an historic conference in Warsaw.
  • The Fatima Center will bring the Message of Our Lady of Fatima to Poland with an historic conference in Warsaw.
  • The Pilgrimage begins at the end of The Fatima Center Conference with a group dinner.
  • Start your sightseeing of Warsaw with a visit to St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, where Father Jerzy Popieluszko was brutally murdered by militant security police in 1984. Afterwards, admire Lazienki Park with a glimpse of Imperial Poland. Then continue with a walking sightseeing of the Old Town. Admire the Castle Square with its Royal Castle, the Old Town Market Square, and the Barbican and City Walls. Visit the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Warsaw’s oldest church, and the Church of St. Anna. In the evening, enjoy a welcome dinner at a local restaurant in the Old Town. (BB, WD)
  • After a short drive, visit Niepokalanow, the “City of the Immaculate Virgin”. This Franciscan Monastery was founded in 1927 by St. Maximilian Kolbe, martyr of the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz, who established the Militia of the Immaculate and through his printing press fought against the enemies of the Church and promoted the devotion to Our Lady. Also, visit the museum of St. Maximilian Kolbe. Continue to Czestochowa, Poland’s premier Pilgrimage site. (BB, D)
  • This morning visit Jasna Gora Monastery, the Black Madonna Shrine. The Pauline Monastery founded in 1382 houses its priceless treasure, the miraculous Icon of the Mother of God. Visit also the Treasury, with its artistic and historical collections. Afterwards continue towards Auschwitz, the concentration camp. Visit the museum and the sites related to St. Maximillian Kolbe’s martyrdom. After a short drive, arrive at Krakow for dinner and overnight. (BB, D)
  • Today, your first visit in Krakow will be to the Basilica on the Rock: the center of veneration of St. Stanislaus of Szczepanow, bishop, martyr, and the first native Polish saint. Here he suffered martyrdom at the hands of King Boleslav the Bold in 1079. St. Stanislaus is one of the primary patron saints of Poland. Next, visit the cathedral and admire the impressive St. Stanislaus Shrine, the Sigismund Chapel, and the Holy Cross Chapel. The relics of St. Stanislaus and St. Hedwig, queen of Poland in the 14th century, are also venerated here. Afterwards, embark on a walking tour of the city’s downtown, visiting the main market square and the Church of St. Mary, with its great Gothic polyptych. Enjoy the rest of the day, and dinner on your own. Overnight in Krakow. (BB)
  • This morning visit Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, also called the Polish Jerusalem. It is the oldest Calvary in Poland and one of the most impressive Passion and Marian sanctuaries in the country. It consists of 40 chapels, set on the surrounding hills and built in the 17th century. The Zebrydowska Chapel houses the miraculous painting of Our Lady of Kalwaria. Afterwards, travel to Wieliczka, famous for its ancient salt mine which was opened 700 years ago and is still being exploited today. Visit the ancient underground chambers, saline lakes, wooden mining machines and underground buildings. The most impressive of these is the Chapel of St. Kinga, with altarpieces, chandeliers and sculptures made of salt. Return to Krakow for dinner and overnight. (BB, D)
  • This morning travel to Prague, stop at Olomouc, one of the most important Czech historical cities located in the eastern province of Moravia. It is known for its six Baroque fountains and the 18th century Holy Trinity Column, a monument adorned with religious sculptures. Visit the Gothic St. Wenceslas Cathedral and have a view of the old city center. Afterwards, continue to Prague for dinner and overnight. (BB, D)

  • Today visit the Loreto House, a Marian Pilgrimage site with the Baroque Church of the Nativity and a replica of the Holy House of Loreto. Continue to visit Prague’s Cathedral dedicated to St. Vitus, 3rd century martyr of the Christian persecutions. The relics of King St. Wenceslas, the first Czech saint, and of St. John Nepomuk, martyr of the seal of the confessional, are enshrined in the cathedral. Next, visit the Royal Palace, seat of Bohemian princes. Outside the palace is St. George’s Basilica, housing the relics of the martyr St. Ludmilla, grandmother and tutor of St. Wenceslas. Next, walk along  , named after the goldsmiths that lived there in the 17th century, and cross the famous Charles Bridge. The rest of the day is free to explore this beautiful city. Tonight, dinner is on your own. (BB)
  • This morning, start your walking sightseeing with a visit to the Premonstratentian Strahov Monastery founded in 1149, housing the relics of St. Norbert, the founder of the order. Afterwards, pray before the miraculous Holy Infant of Prague at the Church of Our Lady Victorious. Enjoy free time before returning to your hotel for a farewell dinner. (BB, FD)
  • Transfer to Prague’s airport for your homebound flight.

Buffet Breakfast (BB); Dinner (D); Welcome Dinner (WD); Farewell Dinner (FD)* In case of unforeseen events, this itinerary is subject to change.

Pilgrimage Prices include

Pilgrimage Prices do not include

  • Tips to Tour Escort, driver, and local guides.
  • Travel insurance, which we strongly recommend and offer.
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