Links to other organizations

General Links

The Holy See – the Vatican

Saint John Paul II National Shrine

Center for Interreligious Understanding

Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Washington, DC

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Archdiocese of Washington

Archdiocese of Military Services

Archdiocese of Baltimore

Archdiocese of Arlington

International News Agency (providing objective coverage concerning the Catholic Church)

Publishing Ministry (with Official Ecclesiastical Approval of the Archbishop of Cincinnati)

Commemorating 26 years Our Holy Father Pope John Paul II  PDF

Remarks by the President at Dedication of the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center
(March 22, 2001)

Baltimore Basilica

National Shrine of Immaculate Conception, Washington, DC

Polish Organizations of Interest

Polish American Congress (PAC) Washington Metropolitan Area Division

American Council for Polish Culture (ACPC)

Polish American Arts Association of Washington, DC

Polish Library of Washington, DC

The Kosciuszko Foundation

Books & Articles by and About Pope John Paul II

Russell Shaw, a noted Catholic author, has furnished the following reference where a one-paragraph summary of each of Saint John Paul II’s Fourteen Encyclicals can be found    Link

Pope John Paul II: In My Own Words
by Pope John Paul II

The Way to Christ: Spiritual Exercises
by Pope John Paul II

Crossing the Threshold of Hope
by Pope John Paul II

Memory and Identity: Conversations at the Dawn of a Millennium by Pope John Paul II

The Loving Heart (Private Prayers of Pope John Paul II

Prayers and Devotions: 365 Daily Meditations, by Pope John Paul II,

Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II
by George Weigel

Legacy: The 10 Greatest Achievements of Pope John Paul II
by George Weigel

The End and the Beginning: Pope John Paul II–The Victory of Freedom, the Last Years, the Legacy
by George Weigel

John Paul the Great: Remembering a Spiritual Father
By Noonan, Peggy

John Paul II: A Light for the World–Essays and Reflections on the Papacy of John Paul II
By Sister Mary Ann Walsh, RSM