Mother’s Day

May 9, 2021 we are absolutely thrilled to celebrate Mother's Day.

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St. Stanislaus (św. Stanisław)

Today May 8 we celebrate St. Stanislaus (pol. Sw. Stanislaw), Bishop and martyr - Poland's second patron saint next to St. Adalbert.

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Polish Pavilion Opening May 5, 1939

Today we fondly remember the May 5, 1939 Polish Pavilion Opening banquet at the New York World Fair.

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Third Polish Silesian Insurrection

On the night of May 2 into May 3, we remember the Third Polish Silesian Insurrection (pol. Powstanie Slaskie).

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May 2 is Polish National Flag Day

May 2 is Polish National Flag Day. Passed into law by Polish legislators in 2004-this observance honors the very best in Polish culture and history.

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OnThisDay in 1939 the New York World’s Fair officially opened

#OnThisDay, April 30, 1939 - 152 anniversary of the oath given by the first US President George Washington - the New York World's Fair officially opened.

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JP II Canonization

Today we honor the canonization of Pope John Paul II at St. Peter's Square on April 27, 2014, carried out by Pope Francis with Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.

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Saint Adalbert of Prague

Today April 23 we celebrate the feast day of Poland's primary Patron Saint-Adalbert (pol. Sw. Wojciech).

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April 1935 Polish Constitution

Today April 23 we acknowledge the April 1935 Polish Constitution. Written in the wake of WWII and Germany's aggression on Europe (Hitler's imminent 1939 invasion of Poland would start WWII) - the April Constitution was the legal base for Poland's government in exile.

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78 years ago today

78 years ago today, April 19, 1943, Polish citizens of Jewish descent started their own Uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto.

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