The JPII Project Blog
“This retreat was amazing…” -Mike (28 years old). We had nearly 60 people register for the program, but with pandemic limitations, we took a maximum of 27. God gave us the confirmation: he wants these retreats to happen! When John Paul II was a young adult, priest, bishop and even Pope, he took time to […]
What’s been happening? We’ve expanded our leadership, found the new On-Site Directors, planned our summer study abroad and pilgrimages in Krakow, lined up all chaplains, professors, and seminar leaders, and are expanding in the USA. God’s been working! What about Spring Study Abroad? While we were hopeful to restart programs abroad, this February is just […]
Thank you to those who have supported us with their encouragement, donations, and prayers this summer! Thank you to those who have discerned with us how to move forward – here we go! Students may be able to begin studying abroad again with the JP2 Project in Krakow this Spring Semester! We are so excited […]
All our students and pilgrims visit her. She’s Poland’s queen. She’s the Mother of God, and our Mother. If you are unfamiliar with “Our Lady of Częstochowa”, suffice it to say here that she is to Poland as “Our Lady of Guadalupe” is to Mexico. Here’s what Pope John Paul II said to the young […]
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