• August 3, 2016
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“Vilnius – the city of Mercy” in the Senate of Poland

Today, the marshal of the Senate Stanisław Karczewski will open an exhibition “Vilnius – the city of Mercy”. The exhibition shows the most important places of Vilnius and the area regarding the God’s Mercy and also the people associated with the mission of preaching about the Divine Mercy such as: Saint Faustyna, blessed Michał Sopoćko, Saint John Paul II –  the organizers wrote.

The exposition consists of 16 boards on which pictures and texts have been placed. (in three language versions: Polish, Lithuanian and English).

The originator of the exhibition is pr. Mariusz Marszałek, secretary of Vilnius Abp. Gintaras Grušas, the author of the pictures – an artist photographer Marian Dźwinel, and it was prepared by the Association “Polish Community”. Later on, the exhibition will be presented in the ambulatory of the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania in Vilnius and Brussels.

“We are celebrating the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, so any initiative that brings us closer to the mystery of the Divine Mercy, is extremely important. The Senate guards the Polish diaspora and the Poles who live abroad. It also takes care of the Poles who live in Lithuania. The fact that this initiative was created in Vilnius, by our compatriots and that this exhibition will be presented in the Senate has circumstantiating. This exhibition will be watched by all the senators, all the guests who come to the Senate of the Republic of Poland. Not everybody can go to Vilnius to see these places in Vilnius which are associated with the Divine Mercy” – says vice marshal of the Senate Maria Koc, quoted by the Radio Maryja.

Translated by Weronika Cysdorf within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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