(4K) Polish Easter at St Paul’s Catholic Church, St Petersburg, Florida



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Swieconka – ‘the blessing of the Easter basket’ is one of the most enduring and beloved Polish traditions on Holy Saturday. The food in the baskets have a symbolic meaning: eggs- symbolise life and Christ’s resurrection, bread – symbol of Jesus, Lam – represents Christ, salt – represents purification, horseradish – symbolic of bitter sacrifice of Christ, ham – symbolic of great joy and abundance
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Never Forget Polish Americans were kicked out of Poletown. Detroit MI



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Poletown East is a neighborhood area of Detroit, Michigan bordering the enclave city of Hamtramck. The area was named after the Polish immigrants who originally lived in the area. A portion of residential area known as Poletown became the General Motors Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly plant in 1981 with those residents relocated by General Motors and the cities of Detroit and Hamtramck which claimed eminent domain in order to make way for a new automobile plant.

Feast of Corpus Christi Procession in Buffalo



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A 1/2 mile Procession, and a Holy Mass were held on Buffalo’s East Side in observance of the Feast of Corpus Christi, also known as the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. This video shows the procession as well as Bishop Richard Malone’s Homily.

The annual procession takes place between two traditionally Polish churches, St. Stanislaus B & M, and Corpus Christi. This year, the Most Reverend Richard J. Malone, Bishop of Buffalo, led the Procession and celebrated the Mass.

Joining parishioners of St. Stanislaus and Corpus Christi churches, were Priests, Deacons, Felician Sisters, St. Casimir Church, the Chopin Singing Society, Harmony Polish Folk Ensemble, and the Polish Heritage Dancers, among the many faithful from across the Diocese of Buffalo. Hymns were sung in English, Polish, and Latin. daybreaktv.org

First Catholic Mass Mob in Cleveland — Polish tradition



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Rev. Eric Orzech is Pastor of both the Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus and St. Casimir Church in Cleveland, both have a strong Polish heritage. St Casimir was the home for the first Catholic Mass Mob in Cleveland Ohio. A typical crowd at the 11:30 Sunday Mass might be 100 people but about 750 people showed up at Mass on March 23, 2014 for the first Mass Mob in Cleveland. Fr. Orzech told about the Polish Catholic Church and a Lenten tradition called Gorzkie żale, a Catholic devotion containing many hymns that developed out of Poland in the 18th century. The devotion is primarily a sung reflection and meditation on the Passion of Christ and the sorrows of His Blessed Mother. and

Catholic Church of the Week–St. Mary of Perpetual Help, Chicago IL USA



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Catholic Custom Publishing brings you the beauty of a different Catholic Church every week. We want to share the great contribution that Catholics have made in architecture, art, history, and today’s society. Please enjoy this video and share it with your friends.

Fire at St. Mary’s Polish Church in Whitney Pier



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The fire broke out shortly after noon. Flames could be seen breaking through the roof of the historic building. The church, located on Wesley Street in Whitney Pier, has been designated as a provincial heritage site.

Truly a shock in the CBRM 🙁

St Laurentius Polish Catholic Church, Philadelphia PA



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St. Laurentius Polish Catholic Church, Fishtown section of Philadelphia Pennsylvania.This magnificent church is endangered of being raised.