Poland A Pilgrim's Companion D696
Poland: A Pilgrim's Companion
David Baldwin
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A journey through the rich Christian heritage of Poland

Have you ever thought of a pilgrimage to Poland? This companion takes the pilgrim to Krakow, Wadowice and Czestochowa, and many fascinating stops along the way, to discover the beauty and rich Christian heritage of Poland. This is the Poland of John Paul II, Maximillian Kolbe, Sr Faustina, the communist dream town of Nowa Huta, Jasna Gora, and the breathtaking salt mines of Wieleczka. Meditations and prayers punctuate each route.

The story of Poland's faith tested in the crucible of her history is present throughout this journey, which ends with a profound meditation on Auschwitz, where our silence becomes a plea for forgiveness (Pope Benedict XVI). David Baldwin, a retired Royal Marines officer, lives in the south west of England and has written several CTS pilgrims companions, including the Holy Land and Rome.

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