One of the biggest problems facing Poland is the chronic high unemployment facing the poor rural Catholics. The Fathers of St. Mary’s of Krakow are feeding the poor, raising funds for a catholic school and a small hospital in Bobowa and other small villages of Poland. They need our help.
The town of Bobowa is now underwater and the small resources of the priests of St. Mary’s are now being overwhelmed by the flood. Please give or purchase the Papa; rosaries or Jesus miracle picture to help them house and feed the refugees.
Pictures of the flood are on the site.
Thanks God Bless You
Picky Polish language thing. There is no “w” in the Polish language; the sound is made by the letter “l” with a slash through it. It’s spelled Bobola, in the English version.
The letter “w” is used in the Polish language, even if it doesn’t represent the same sound.