On June 18, we had another meeting in the series "With John Paul II to the future", whose guest was Vice President of the Polish Federation of Pro-Life Movements - dr. engineer Antoni Zieba.
On Thursday, June 13, at the museum held an extraordinary meeting with the missionary father Bogdan Cofalik who spent 24 years among Papuans of New Guinea.
Missionary priest in a funny and engaging way talked about their difficult and often dangerous work among the indigenous population of Papua.
On Saturday, June 8 at the museum a hearing in the IV Festival of Janusz Gniatkowski's Songs took place.
Do not ask what Częstochowa can do for you but what you can do for Częstochowa - this was the slogan of a contest "Local Patriot" organized by the Association Lokalni and Dziennik Zachodni.
On Saturday, June 8, in the restaurant "The Town Hall" there was a ceremony of presenting the awards to the winners, in which the Museum of Coins and Medals of Pope John Paul II, received the award in the category - event.
On 15 May, the museum received from the Vatican Television Centre a unique, 45-minute film dedicated to the travels of Pope John Paul II during the 27 years of his pontificate.
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 June 18 at. 18.00. The guest of the evening will be Vice-President of the Polish Federation of Pro-Life Movements - dr. engineer Antoni Zieba.
We would like to invite you to the "Exhibition of Clergy Garments of different religions" which since June 4, you can watch in our museum.
The exhibits come from the collection of Charles Wozikowski, and among them you can see a lot of interesting garments, hats, insignias and vestments.
On Saturday June 8 at 10.00 hearings in the IV Festival of Janusz Gniatkowski's Songs will begin,it is organized by the Association of Lovers of His Work "APASJONATA".
The festival is organized for the fourth time and is mainly aimed at popularizing Janusz Gniatkowski's achievements, as well as finding new talents and promotions.
On Thursday afternoon our Museum was visited by Polish economic activist, founder and President of the Business Center Club Marek Goliszewski.
Marek Goliszewski is a man of business, but aware of those in need. In 2012, President Bronislaw Komorowski awarded him with the Commander's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta, he was also honored for his social activities with "Friend of the Homeless" title and many others.
On Wednesday, May 22 the museum held a meeting with a remarkable man, a scholar of international importance, a politician, a Christian activist - prof. Dr. Herbert Schambeck.
Huge emotions with which Mr. Professor watched our collections of coins, medals and other memorabilia of his great friend and closest companion, John Paul II, were the greatest reward that could be obtained for the effort and dedication involved in setting up and running the museum.