The National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Doylestown

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  • Beautiful Church with a Graeat Labor Day Week-end Celebration!! Lots of National Foods, Dancing, Costumes and Polish and Ukranian Heritage Options.  more »
  • A truly majestic place. The shrine is located on a beautiful setting on a hillside. The Shrine itself is amazing. It is a pilgrimmage stop for thousands every year. It is simply beautiful.  more »
  • One might guess the Polish origin of this shrine by the name. You will have no doubt, if you visit during their annual festival which is held for several weekends around Labor Day.  more »
  • Whether you are Catholic or Polish, this is a must see. The main church is very beautiful and modern. The stained glass windows are one of the largest I have ever seen. On one side they show the history of America, the other Polish history. The cemetery is very European in style and very interesting. There is a cafeteria and bookstore. The bookstore sells religious items as well as Polish sweets. Do not feel you must be Polish, white, Catholic or even christian to view the Shrine. On most days you will see a very mixed group of visitors including a good number of Haitian-Americans.
  • The Pauline priests and brothers are very welcoming. Mass, with beautiful hymns and organ music, is always spiritually uplifting. This Shrine is a heavenly place to fulfill one's spiritual needs, to pray, and to meditate during the Eucharistic Adoration. On Sundays, after Mass, one can enjoy a delicious Polish lunch/dinner at the Shrines cafeteria. Pierogies, kielbasa, sauerkraut, babka, etc. :-)
  • So much fun my family goes every year it is the best polish event near NJ
  • It is a secluded place of heaven where you can get your mind, body, and soul in order! I love this church and what it represents.... People of FAITH! To see the little chapel turn into a mega church of Praise! It's a blessing!!!
  • A very peaceful church to talk to God