6 – 11th July 2017 (5 nights)
Young people aged 16 – 20
Armagh Diocesan Youth Commission (ADYC) is bringing 30 pilgrims to Krakow Poland. We feel that this is a wonderful faith development project to enable young people to develop friendships, grow in faith and have good fun.
We are totally inspired by Krakow after attending the international World Youth Day 2016 and we felt we would like to provide this opportunity to welcome young people back to this great city of Saint.
Poland is the much loved homeland of the late Pope John Paul II. Krakow, where we are based for the duration of our pilgrimage is the ancient capital of Poland known for its beauty, historical monuments and role in the life of John Paul II.
As you make your way to Poland, Land of Kings, Saints, and Divine Mercy! Walk in the footsteps of St. John Paul II – from where he was born, baptised, where he became a Priest – Bishop – Cardinal, and where he spent his time visiting as Pope. Take in the Shrine of Divine Mercy (in Lagiewniki) and be drawn closer to the life of St. Faustina and her Divine Mercy message.
What you going to see/do?
- Divine Mercy Shrine of Saint Faustina & Pope John Paul II Centre
- Salt mines
- Auschwitz and Birkenau day trip. Seeing the place where Saint Maximilian Kolbe was martyred.
- Historical city of Krakow
- Round trip airfare with 20kg luggage included
- All airport transfers
- 5 nights in centrally located hotel
- Bed & Breakfast
- Pilgrimage Jersey
We have reserved and paid for 30 places. If you are 16-20 years old and are willing to be part of this worldwide encountering of faith, then we would like you to complete your registration TODAY.