Seats available for Poland trip
A few more seats are still available for the trip to the Silesian region of Poland being arranged by the Father Leopold Moczygemba Foundation and taking place July 23 through Aug. 3.
Monsignor Franciszek Kurzaj, a San Antonio priest who has been guiding group tours to his homeland for many years, will lead the group through the Silesian region of Europe, including Berlin, Wroclaw, Trzebnica, Klodzko Valley, Slawiecice, Nysa, Czestochowa, and the Shrine of the Black Madonna, Mount St. Ann, Pluznica (birthplace of Father Leopold Moczygemba), Wisla, Krakow, Auschwitz concentration camp, and Wadowice (birthplace of Pope John Paul II). The group will also tour Krakow’s Wawel Castle, Wieliczka Salt Mines, and the Tatra Mountain resort of Zakopane.
The trip includes airfare, double occupancy hotel rooms, three meals a day, admission to all attractions, and English-speaking guides for $2,975 per person. Single occupancy is available for an additional $300. There will be time allowed for shopping.
For more information, call Dorothy Pawelek at 210-333-7369. For information regarding the Father Leopold Moczygemba Foundation, visit www.FLMFoundation.org or www.silesiantexans.com.