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Over 60,000 attend mass prayer meeting in central Poland

15.09.2019 11:00
More than 60,000 people gathered at Włocławek-Kruszyn airport in central Poland on Saturday, where the main celebrations of a nationwide series of prayer meetings called "Poland at the Cross" took place.
Thousands of people gathered for the Poland at the Cross action on Saturday.
Thousands of people gathered for the "Poland at the Cross" action on Saturday.PAP/Andrzej Damazy

The event at the airfield was organised by the diocese of Włocławek and the Solo Dios Basta Foundation, which previously organised nationwide gatherings called the "Rosary on the borders" and the "Great Penance".

The idea behind "Poland at the Cross" is to fulfill the spiritual will of the late pope St. John Paul II, who in 1997 called for the defence of the cross "from the Tatra Mountains to the Baltic Sea".

During his fourth pilgrimage to his homeland, in 1991, the Polish-born pontiff celebrated a mass at the airfield in Włocławek-Kruszyn.

During Saturday's mass, the faithful listened to the whole homily that the pope delivered 18 years ago.

Prayer meetings also took place on Saturday in parishes throughout Poland and abroad.


Source: PAP