PAPAL DAY IN LA!
ANNUAL FUNDRAISING FOR THE POLISH CHURCH
Dear Parishioners and Friends:
Mark your calendars! The annual Polish Festival at Our Lady of the Bright Mount Polish Parish in Los Angeles is around the corner and will take place on Sunday, October 25, 2015. We are planning an extravaganza of Polish culture and traditions including entertaining and fun for the whole family. We will start with the Holy Mass at 12:00 noon celebrated by Most Rev. Edward Clark, the Auxiliary Bishop of Los Angeles and follow with an entertainment untill 6:00 pm.
This year Festival will be dedicated to our Pope St. John Paul II under the slogan “Papal Day in LA”. On April 27, 2014, millions of people throughout the world celebrated the canonization of Pope John Paul II. In addition, on April 2, 2014, we welcomed and honored St. John Paul II by installing His statue in front of our parish. St. John Paul II always proclaimed that God welcomed everyone, even those who did not believe in Him. With St. John Paul II present in our parish in the form of the relic and the statue, we invite all of you to celebrate with us the historical event, which is going to take place on that day, the inauguration of the Shrine of St, John Paul II at our Polish Church.
We are planning an exciting program for Polish Festival LA 2015 and invite you to check out our Internet pages for the latest updates and schedules:
Last but certainly not least, during the Festival we will hold an annual raffle. The tickets are $2 each or one booklet (11 tickets) for $20. The prizes are wonderful – ranging from cash to many others. The raffle is one of our most important fundraisers and our goal is to sell all raffle tickets that we have printed. Please help us reach this goal by purchasing raffle tickets before the Festival.
We extend the warmest Polish invitation to you, your family and your friends to attend Polish Festival LA 2015. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, October 25th.
Let's celebrate Polish culture, traditions, faith and religion.
Immerse yourself in Polish culture at California's lergest Polish Festival!
All are welcome...
God Bless You,
Fr. Rafał Dyguła, SChr