Krakow by night and St Mary's

Here is a photo of Krakow by night in the fog. Not the most promising conditions, perhaps, but it gives something of the atmosphere. This is the main square. The Church is the only one in Krakow where the Classical Roman Rite is offered.

This is the balcony at the Archbishop's House where Pope John Paul addressed the crowds in Krakow during those extraordinary times when he demonstrated the shallowness of Stalin's jibe "How many divisions does the Pope have?"

And below is a photo of the High Altar at the Church of St Mary in the centre of Krakow:

I am still pondering the choice of various models of pulpit in Krakow for a new construction in my parish Church. Magari!

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