In the offer of the Papal Mint, a new coin issued on the occasion of the canonization of John Paul II.
Nine years ago - April 2, 2005 at 21.37 - John Paul II died. Let us remember that moment and get ready for the upcoming celebration of the canonization of the Polish Pope.
On Tuesday - March 18 - the Museum hosted Mrs Caroline Kaczorowska, the widow of President Richard Kaczorowski. The main part of the visit was another meeting from the cycle "With John Paul II to the future". In the morning First Lady met with the youth from Częstochowa.
At the meeting of the Numismatic College, which was held in Krakow 4 March 2014 did not lack Director of the Museum of Coins and Medals of John Paul II - Krzysztof Witkowski.
Knights of Columbus in Poland, had their second pilgrimage to Jasna Gora on 22-23 February 2014.
February 21 at the Museum held gala for the official opening of foundation "With brother's eyes". Among the invited guests were representatives of the City and NGOs, people with disabilities, parents and friends of the foundation.
The guest on the XXV meeting of the "With John Paul II to the future" was Fr. Grzegorz Suchodolski, who serves as secretary for youth ministry, as well as organizational director of World Youth Day Krakow in 2016.
His Excellency Archbishop Zygmunt Zimowski, President of the Pontifical Council for Health Pastoral Care, together with His Excellency Archbishop Waclaw Depo, Metropolitan of Czestochowa attended our Museum on February 15th.
In January meeting of the series: "With John Paul to the future" took part prof. Wanda Półtawska. The professor was an assistant professor at the Medical Academy in Krakow, a lecturer at the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Krakow. She organized the Institute of Theology of the Family at the Polish Academy of Theology in Krakow, and was a lecturer at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family at the Lateran University in Rome. Prof. Wanda Półtawska put a lot of work in the preparation, together with the Curia of Krakow materials for Pope Paul VI used later for his encyclical Humanae Vitae.