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Sanktuarium świętego Jana Pawła II Kraków Łagiewniki

The St. John Paul II Shrine, Krakow – Łagiewniki

Sanktuarium św. Jana Pawła II, Łagiewniki
ul. Totus Tuus 32, 30-610 Kraków Tourist region: Kraków i okolice
tel. +48 122575315
tel. +48 513425060
The St. John Paul II Shrine was created as part of the John Paul II Centre. “Do not be afraid!” in the so-called “the White Seas” in Krakow. The church was erected on June 11, 2011. Inside the Shrine, there are relics of St. John Paul II.

They are the blood of the Polish Pope, closed in a glass box, placed inside a marble altar standing in the centre of the Church of Relics, the cassock in which Saint John Paul II was dressed on May 13, 1981 during his assassination attempt by Mehmed Ali Agca in St. Peter’s Square, which is in a glass case in the Upper Church, the papal pastoral cross and a chasuble with a miter. We can also find a cross in front of which the Pope prayed in his private chapel, during the last Stations of the Cross during his lifetime in the Roman Colosseum in 2005. In the Priest’s Chapel, you can also see a slab from the tomb of John Paul II from the Vatican Grottoes of St. Peter in Rome. The sanctuary was solemnly consecrated on October 16, 2016, on the 38th anniversary of the election of Cardinal Karol Wojtyła as Pope.


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