Tickets for 42nd Annual Polish Heritage Ball Available!

For tickets call or e-mail: Ewa Grabowski:


Phone: 602-525-9213

or pay on-line by PayPal

Polish History Contest

Konkurs Historyczny dotyczący historii Polski dla młodzieży szkolnej w wieku od 13-tu do 17-tu lat.

Oto link do materiału, z którego należy przygotować się do konkursu: polishhistorycontest

Konkurs w języku angielskim!!!
Bardzo atrakcyjne nagrody!!! 
Głowna nagroda: I-pad air!!!!
Uwaga!!! Zmiana terminu konkursu: 
Konkurs odbedzie sie w Niedziele, na początku stycznia 2017 
Ostateczna data ogłoszona zostanie w połowie grudnia.
Prosimy zainteresowanych o przesłanie imienia, nazwiska i danych kontaktowaych na adres: 

Polish History Contest for young adults aged 13-17.

Below is a link to the study guide for the contest: polishhistorycontest
Contest will be in English!
Attractive awards!
1st place award – ipad air
There is a change in the date of the contest. It will take place on Sunday after mass in early January 2017.

Please send in your name and contact information to if you would like to participate.  

Annual Polish Heritage Ball, November 12th, 2016

For tickets call or e-mail: Ewa Grabowski:


Phone: 602-525-9213

or pay on-line by PayPal


Letter of President Spula to the European Commission

Letter of President Spula to the European Commission:
Dear President Juncker,
In recent weeks there has been much negative publicity and conflicting messages concerning Poland, its government and decision making practices. The recent actions by the European Commission (EC) regarding Poland contributed to the discussions and debate that take place both in Poland as well as outside her borders among the members of Polish communities worldwide, including the United States, where the Polish American diaspora is approximately ten million.

The Polish American Congress, founded in 1944, is the largest Polish American organization. Many of our members closely follow the situation in Poland.
Since the announcement of the discussion on Poland by the European Commission our organization has been inundated with messages expressing great distress among members of our organization and the Polish American community in general. It’s unfortunate that the debate on Poland and associated negative publicity has escalated to this magnitude on an international level causing harm to the good image of Poland.

We understand, the European Commission is concerned about Poland because of political and administrative actions undertaken by the newly-elected Polish President and Parliament. We also understand that Poland agreed to a possibility of such action while signing the documents of accession to the European Union; however, we question if such a strong approach was necessary.

Regrettably, the unprecedented steps by the Commission regarding Poland have provoked a great degree of anxiety and worry that Poland has been singled out for this type of measures. Furthermore, it provides additional arguments for Euro-skeptics. The internal political and social agitation that currently takes place in Poland around EC’s decisions fuels the agendas of those who do not have Poland’s best interest at heart, including one of Poland’s neighbors – Russia.  

Nonetheless, and in response to the great concern among the members of the Polish American community, we urge you, Mr. President, as well as other members of the Commission, to thoroughly and objectively review the facts of the situation in Poland and take under careful consideration all of its aspects including political, legislative and those of a historical, social, and cultural nature.

We are confident that Beata Szydlo, Poland’s Prime Minister, and her staff will be able to resolve matters in question in an amicable and equitable manner.
It is in the best interest of all concerned that Poland remains a politically and economically strong member of the European Union.
I hope this matter gets resolved in the very near future for the benefit of all: Poland, the European community, as well as Polish communities worldwide.

Sincerely yours,
Frank J. Spula,
CC: Mr. Donald Tusk, President of the European Council

Day of Polonia and Poles Abroad – Dzien Polonii i Polaków za Granicą

Ewa Grabowski represents the West Coast of the United States as part of a four person delegation to Warsaw. Ewa Grabowski has been invited by Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Grzegorz Schetyna to a celebration of the first ever annual “Day of Polonia and Poles Abroad” meeting between representatives from around the world and members of the Ministry. The goal of the trip is to establish close ties between Polonia and the Ministry and to have a better understanding of expectations for a future bilateral dialogue.

Polish Picnic 2015 Gallery

Ból i cierpienie – wykład Ks. dr Dariusza Patera

21 Grudnia 2014 odbędzie się wykład prowadzony przez Ks. dr Dariusza Patera na temat “Jak rozmawiać z młodymi o cierpieniu”. Ksiadz Dariusz jest absolwentem Papieskiej Akademii Teologicznej, gdzie ukończył studia magisterskie. Ks. Pater ukończył studia doktoranckie na Uniwersytecie Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie, w zakresie teologii dogmatycznej. Wykład odbędzie się z inicjatywy Kongresu Polonii Amerykańskiej w sali Kardynała Hlonda 21 Grudnia, 2014 w ramach szerszego programu “Komunikacji rodzice-dzieci w rodzinach emigranckich”.ffc6cdd0-2abc-4666-9ccd-deafa901e999

Akademia z okazji Święta Niepodległości



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