Papal Photographer Arturo Mari Visits The Polish Mission

On Tuesday, April 5, 2016, we were most honored to host Mr. Arturo Mari, papal photographer, at our Orchard Lake campus for the afternoon.  He toured southeastern Michigan over the weekend speaking at a few parishes and sharing his testimony and experiences as a papal photographer, and personal photographer of St. John Paul II. Click […]

Sign up for the Dziennik Polski webinar today!

We would like to invite all the Friends of the Polish Mission to join us for a FREE webinar on Wednesday, April 6th, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST.  Recorded at our Orchard Lake campus in Michigan, this is a great opportunity for those who do not live locally to get some advice on […]

1,050 Years of Christianity in Poland

2016 marks an important year for Poles, as we commemorate 1,050 years of Christianity.  It was in 966 the Duke Mieszko was baptized, ushering in a millennium of Christ-centered rule.  Join the Orchard Lake Schools as we commemorate this long legacy of faith, liberty, and knowledge, on June 22, 2016. A schedule and event details […]

76th Annual Global Language Oratorical sees two Polish Language Students take prize

Native English speakers broaden their cultural horizons and strengthen language skills The Polish Mission-sponsored Polish language classes entered three students into a longstanding tradition at St. Mary’s Preparatory in Orchard Lake, Mich. On March 15, the entire student body gathered in the Our Lady of Orchard Lake Shrine Chapel to listen to their classmates present […]

Polish Scouts visit The Polish Mission

Nearly everyone is familiar with boy and girl scouts, but few ever get the chance to learn about Polish scouting, or its rich history.  Zwiazek Harcerstwa Polskiego (ZHP) or, the Polish scouting organization, is a worldwide community young people and their leaders, all dedicated to the development of young people to their fullest potential, as […]

Forbidden Art on Display at Madonna University

Welcome to the information page for our partnership with Madonna University, for Forbidden Art, presented in North America by The Polish Mission in exclusive Cooperation with the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum of Poland.  Please check this page frequently, since updates and related media will be posted here as they come! Madonna University has many common threads […]

Director Chumiecki Revisits 76 Years ago…

BREAKING — Polish Mission Director Marcin Chumiecki is operating from Warsaw today.  In between numerous meetings with partners and cooperating museums and institutions, he made time to visit several of Warsaw’s monuments of the tragedies of WWII.  At each monument, a rose was laid on behalf of The Polish Mission. Today marks the 76th anniversary […]

When they are silent, they shout

On display NOW at the Adam Cardinal Maida Alumni Library (building #2).  Click here for a downloadable campus map. The emotional traveling exhibition from the Institute of National Remembrance of Poland (IPN) is entitled Cum Tacent, Clamant, and it’s coming to The Polish Mission in early May.  The exhibition was prepared by the Institute of National […]

Portrait Studios of Detroit’s Polonia: The Face of Polish Immigration

Here you can find all current information regarding the Polish Mission’s new and exciting historical program, Portrait Studios of Detroit’s Polonia: The Face of Polish Immigration. We would love to have you join us at any or all of the elements surrounding the Portrait Studios program. All events are free of charge with RSVP at […]

1939 Commemoration: The 75th Anniversary of WWII

Greetings!  You’ve reached the home for all information on the Polish Mission’s annual commemoration of the outbreak of the Second World War in Poland, offered this year in continued cooperation with the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum of Abilene, Kansas.  In honor of the 75th anniversary it’s our honor to donate fifty percent of the […]