Our Lady of Czestochowa

Our Lady of Czestochowa

Queen, Protector & Patroness of Poland
In Doylestown, PA, National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa

Our Lady of Czestochowa’s story began in the 14th Century. Our Lady of Czestochowa is actually a painting that Luke the Apostle painted on a cyprus table in the home of the Holy Family. It has travelled from Jerusalem to Constantinople and many other places. The original version is located in Poland although many other people have also copied the painting.  King John II Casimar Vasa crowned Our Lady as the “Black Madonna” and protector of Poland. A fleur-de-lis can be found on Our Lady’s veil. In the United States, the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa is located in Doyleston, Pennsylvania.©2010 

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