Warsaw: introduction of the relics of Bl. card. Wyszyński and Bl. Mother Czacka to the church of Bl. Władysław from Giełdów
Metropolitan of Warsaw, Card. Kazimierz Nycz on Sunday, September 26 will solemnly introduce the relics of Bl. card. Stefan Wyszyński and Bl. mother of Elżbieta Czacka to the capital church of Bl. Władysław from Giełdów.
Holy Mass with the owner, Card. Nycza will start at 12.00. Indulgence ceremonies in the parish of Bl. Władysława from Gielniów was once from the thanksgiving station to God for the beatification of the Primate of the Millennium and the founder of the Franciscan Sisters Servants of the Cross – mother of Elżbieta Róża Czacka – informed about the press office of the Archdiocese of Warsaw. During the liturgy, there will be a solemn introduction to the church, which on September 12, church churches on the altars. During the Eucharist, spouses celebrate their billiards renewed marriage vows.
Parish of Bl. Władysława of Gielniów is located in an area whose history dates back to the times of King Jan Sobieski. The King, not far from here, settled Viennese Turks, from whom the name of the village of Kabaty is derived, and now also a housing estate in the parish.
In 1759, the artist Clement XIII, Bl. Władysław became the patron of the Kingdom of Poland and Lithuania, and on December 19, 1962, Pope John XXIII made him the patron saint of Warsaw.
He is currently a secondary patron. Compared to the image of the patroness of Warsaw, there is the Blessed Virgin Mary of Graces from the image of the Jesuits at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in the Old Town.
Marcin Jan was born in Gielniów near Opoczno around 1440. His parents were poor townspeople. After the parish schools, he went to Krakow, where he has his studies. August 1, 1462 in proceedings to the Bernardines and the religious name was Władysław.
In the years 1486-1487 he stayed in Kraków, where, inter alia, made an accomplished examiner on the miracles that were happening for St. Simon of Lipnica, who died in Krakow in 1482. In the years 1487-1490 and 1496-1499 he held the office of vicar and provincial. For six years he oversaw 22 houses of the order in the country. During his rule, the Polish Bernardine Province expanded to include posts in Połock and Skepe.
She had a special devotion to the Lord’s Passion. He devoted many hours to prayer. I had the gift of tears and ecstasies. He was distinguished by zeal for the salvation of souls in the ambo and in the confessional.
He took special care of the elderly, overworked and sick. In constitutions that impose very severe penalties on superiors, i.e. a paid guardian and the sick who have their services. He also made efforts to ensure that the superiors diligently supplied themselves with their confreres. He ordered a very good choice of places for the convent.
He was remembered as a passionate preacher. He was one of the first clergymen to establish the Polish language for the church through sermons and poetic texts. Tradition ascribed to him the authorship of many pious songs. He arranged hours and other services in Polish.
In 1504, he became a guardian at the church of St. Anna in Warsaw, which is now an academic church. There he died on May 4, 1505. On April 13, 1572, the solemn day of the celebration of his relics. It took place in the presence of the cardinal-papal legate, Francis Commendone, and the Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Portyk Vincent. The program of the action also included King Zygunt August with his sister Anna Jagiellona, senators and MPs who attended the Seym in Warsaw.
Pope Benedict XIV February 11, 1750 officially the act of beatification. However, it does not begin to crawl until the 17th, 300th anniversary of the arrival of the Bernardines to Poland.