“Have no fear of moving into the unknown.
Simply step out fearlessly knowing that I am with you,
therefore no harm can befall you; all is very, very well.
Do this in complete faith and confidence.”
– St. John Paul II
Poland was the home of the very much loved St. John Paul II. He was a key figure of the twentieth century serving one of the most popular pontificates in the history of the Roman
Catholic Church. St. John Paul II continues to draw pilgrims to his homeland in search of prayer and pilgrimage. Far from being the only attraction, however, our Poland itineraries also offer religious devotion in the Divine Mercy Sanctuary, royal history in Wawel Castle, protected heritage in the Wieliczka Salt Mine, and solemn reflection on humanity in Auschwitz.