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Black Madonna shrine remembers Kulczyk

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Roberto Galea 29.07.2015 14:54
The Pauline Monastery in Częstochowa, Poland’s most famous religious shrine, has expressed its regrets for the death of the businessman Jan Kulczyk.
The monastery on Jasna Góra. Photo: Wikimedia CommonsThe monastery on Jasna Góra. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

In 2007, Kulczyk was made a member of the Pauline Confraternity, an informal association of the monastery’s benefactors and friends which was established in the middle of the 14th century.

Jan Kulczyk offered substantial funds for the conservation of the Chapel of Our Lady, monastery tower, refectory, the Old Library as well as for art exhibitions in the Pauline Museum.

He also provided funds for the Stations of the Cross in the Pauline Mission in Centocow, the Republic of South Africa. (mk/rg)

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