Saturday, June 5, 2010

Poland Pilgrimage - the Dom Duszpasterski Hotel

Our group were accomodated at the excellent value Pastoral Lodge at Łagiewniki just outside the centre of Krakow. I would certainly recommend it. All rooms (shared or single) are en suite. A substantial breakfast is provided, and lunch and dinner may be booked, or guests may simply use the cafeteria.

Beata will organise an excellent programme. She booked Masses for us in the chapel of St Faustina beneath the basilica, the chapel of St John in the Wieliczka Salt Mine, the Basilica at Wodowice and the Convent Chapel where the relics of St Faustina are preserved. She also organised all our transport to our various destinations and tour guides. Nothing was too much for her. Staying at the Dom Duszpasterski was infinitely better than staying in a hotel. We were able to visit many places while maintaining the pilgrimage atmosphere, with easy access to exposition of the Blessed Sacrament 24/7, prayers/devotions in the convent chapel, etc. Some of our pilgrims even got up early to join the sisters at their Mass at 6.30am to savour the beautiful singing of the sisters.

Here's our group having dinner in the hotel.


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