Poland: Oct 7, Bishops Call Faithful to Go to Nation’s Borders for Rosary of Reparation

Fatima Network News, Nelson Hertel: Polonia semper fidelis, “Poland (is) always faithful” is one of the mottoes of the Polish nation, dating back to 1658 when Pope Alexander VII declared the city of Lwów (Lviv) to be so, after the inhabitants’ heroic efforts in defending Christian Europe from Muslim invasion. Despite the growing influence of the universal scourges of liberalism and secularism, Poland remains a majority-Catholic country and shows signs of returning to its former Catholic traditions.  Coinciding with the Fatima Centenary, 2017 is also a jubilee year for the nation as they celebrate the 300th anniversary of the first canonical crowning of the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Częstochowa, “the Black Madonna,” as Queen of Poland. More here.