In the issue no 2 (58) of the quarterly Przegląd Wschodni (Eastern Review) you can find the text of Marcin Tyszka in which the author discusses the activities of the Armenian-Catholic Parish in Stanislawów. The full title of this article is “Before the destruction; From the history of the Armenian Catholic Parish in Stanisławów in the last years of its existence”. Marcin Tyszka using among others documents available in the Foundation of Culture and Heritage of Polish Armenians describes the most important events of the Parish life presenting its picture in the last years of independence and the period of occupation. He quotes the information about the constant church services and the celebrations related to the liturgical calendar. He quotes as well the coverage of major events like the coronation of the image of Gracious Lady in 1937 which appeared to be a unique celebration in the life of the Parish and Stanislawów city. In the presented text we also see how the years of occupation forced the Parish to reduced activities limited mostly to beseeching services and holy masses with the intentions “ for a happy return”. The author appreciates especially the great commitment of acting there priests despite a lot of difficulties which were taking place in connection with tragic times.
In the same number of Przeglad Wschodni (Eastern Review) Dariusz Maciak prepared a chronicle of the most important events from 2026-2018 that took place in centers in Poland associated with the celebration of the 650th anniversary of the granting of the privilege for Polish Armenians by King Casimir the Great in 1367.