Pielgrzymowanie Do Sanktuarium Niepokalanej Matki Dobrej Nadziei w Tuligłowach – przeszłość i teraźniejszość
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Pilgrimages to the Shrine of Immaculate Mother of Good Hope in Tuligłowy – Past and Present The Shrine of Immaculate Mother of Good Hope in Tuligłowy is one of more than 550 Marian shrines currently functioning in Poland. It belongs to the oldest and most important Marian pilgrimage centres in the Przemyśl Archdiocese. The veneration of the miraculous image of God's Mother of Tuligłowy dates back to the early 14th century. In 1744 the Bishop of Przemyśl, Wacław Hieronim Sierakowski, declared the image as gracious. On 8 September 1909, with the consent of the Vatican Chapter, the gracious image of the Tuligłowy Lady was decorated with papal crowns by Rev. Bishop Józef Sebastian Pelczar. The re-crowning of the miraculous image by Archbishop Józek Michalik was the most important event in the history of the shrine. It took place on 6 September 2009, on the hundredth anniversary of the crowning. At present, the shrine in Tuligłowy is visited not only by pilgrims from the Przemyśl Archdiocese but also by pilgrims from distant parts of Poland. The greatest numbers of pilgrims are noted in the shrine on the occasion of three church fairs on the following feasts: the Feast of the Visitation (2 July), the Feast of the Assumption (15 August), the Feast of the Nativity of Mary (8 September), and on Marian Evenings in Tuligłowy, organised on the first Sundays of the month, from May to October. Hundreds of individual pilgrims and families visit the gracious image of Immaculate Mother of Good Hope every year to confide their problems and difficulties in Mary. The deep faith of pilgrims and the entrusting of all problems to Mary are conducive to the constant development of this holy site.
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