In the presence of the Archbishop Waclaw Depo and the prior of Jasna Gora Monastery father Sebastian Matecki today Papal Mint and Museum of Coins and Medals of John Paul II in Częstochowa presented the world's largest coin with the Pope Pole.
At the headquarters of the Metropolitan Curia in Cracow was held a press conference, attended by Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, Director of the Museum of Coins and Medals of John Paul II, Krzysztof Witkowski and the President of the Papal Mint Arthur Sobolewski.
On 18.12.2013r. Museum's visitor was Professor Andrew Półtawski - outstanding Polish philosopher, anthropologist, ethics and translator, a member of many scientific societies, and the Pontifical Council for the Family.
13.12.2013r on the anniversary of the imposition of Martial Law we hosted in our museum brother Marian Markiewicz of the Congregation of the Sacred Heart. Brother Marian worked in Rome, serving visitors to the Vatican. He was the driver who drove Karol Wojtyla to the conclave.
On the initiative of the Museum of Coins and Medals of John Paul II in Częstochowa Papal Mint began operations. We invite you to familiarize yourself with the essence of the new venture.
On December 7 our Museum hosted activists of the Union of Poles in Belarus with the President of the Supreme Council Mrs. Angelica Borys. Poles came to Czestochowa at the invitation of the Patriotic Society Borderlands.
On November 18th, at our museum held a twenty-first meeting "With John Paul II to the future". Our guest was Dr. Dorota Narewska - theologian and publicist, lecturer at the Institute of Journalism and Communication at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow - author of " Karol Wojtyla's vision of Journalism (1949-1978)". In the musical part of the meeting we could listen to traditional jazz band Five O'Clock Orchestra.
On October 24 -25 in our museum met members of Inter-Museum Numismatic Council, the guest of honor was the curator of Jasna Gora votive Collection father Jan Golonka.
On Friday, October 18 another meeting was held "With John Paul II to the future", the guest of honor was the director of the Museum of John Paul II and Primate Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw - Dr. Paul Skibinski .
At the outset, our guest explained how the idea for the Museum of John Paul II and Primate Stefan Wyszynski started, and briefly described the genesis of the institution.
Museum of Coins and Medals of Pope John Paul II in Częstochowa is pleased to invite you to the next meeting " With John Paul II to the future", which will take place on October 18 at 18.00. The guest of the evening will be Dr. Paul Skibinski , historian, political scientist, lecturer, writer - director of the Museum of John Paul II and Primate Stefan Wyszynski in Warsaw.