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INAUGURATION OF „THE STAR OF THE IMMACULATE” – THE WORLD CENTER OF PRAYER FOR PEACE

INAUGURATION OF „THE STAR OF THE IMMACULATE” –  THE WORLD CENTER OF PRAYER FOR PEACE

On 1 September 2018 a solemn Inauguration of the World Center of Prayer for Peace called „The Star of the Immaculate” in Niepokalanów (Poland) was held. The Chapel of Perpetual Adoration constructed for this purpose was blessed too.

The Liturgy was presided over by H.E. Archbishop Salvatore Pennacchio, Apostolic Nuncio to Poland. The homily was delivered by H.E. Archbishop Stanislaw Gądecki, Archbishop of Poznań, the President of the Polish Episcopate, who blessed the Chapel as well. In the ceremony participated representatives of the Church hierarchy, the authorities of the Franciscan Order, representatives of the state authorities, numerous priests and, above all, many lay faithful.

“Communita Regina della Pace” was very glad to host its Spiritual Moderator, H.E. Archbishop Tomash Peta, Metropolitan of Astana (Kazakhstan) where the Star of Our Lady Queen of Peace has already been shining for some of years.

It is our great joy that the 8th Star has been inaugurated and, as St. Maximilian Kolbe wrote: “the one who visits the church, falls to his knees, adores, gazes at Our Lady’s face, and leaves while She handles the issue with Jesus”.

We wholeheartedly invite you to make a pilgrimage to Niepokalanów, to gaze at the face of Our Lady, Mediatrix of all Graces, and to meet Her Son in the adoration.

You can visit the Adoration Chapel in Niepokalanów here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtIwLMPGtR4

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  • What a wonderful place, bring joy and peace in your home, at work, anywhere, anytime, Jesus available, waiting, caring for all of his children. Thank you. Amen, alléluia, He is risen!

  • I live in Pennsylvania in the United States and visit online adoration every evening and sometimes during the day. I always pray for the people I see praying in person there and ask the Lord to bless them and their families and answer their prayers. I have a love for Poland because of Pope St. John Paul II, St. Faustina, and St. Maximilian Kolbe. My husband and I were privileged to attend a mass with Polish pilgrims at the tomb of our beloved John Paul in St. Peter’s in Rome. I hope we can visit Poland someday. Thank you for making adoration available online. God bless this ministry.

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