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by Casimir J. Grotnik

Author: Casimir J. Grotnik
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: East European Monographs (October 15, 1993)
Pages: 603 pages
Category: History
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Casimir J. Grotnik (1935–2005) was a priest and bishop of the Polish National Catholic Church (PNCC). Casimir Grotnik was born in 1935 in Jeziorzany, Poland, to Franciszek and Apolonia Jablonski Grotnik

Casimir J. Casimir Grotnik was born in 1935 in Jeziorzany, Poland, to Franciszek and Apolonia Jablonski Grotnik. He was ordained a priest on April 20, 1958, by the bishop of Lublin, Piotr Kalawa. Grotnik immigrated to the United States in 1969 and served as a priest in the Central Diocese of the Polish National Catholic Church

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TThe Polish National Catholic Church is an independent splinter church that severed its ties to the Roman Catholic Church in 1904 after adopting its own laws and regulations.

TThe Polish National Catholic Church is an independent splinter church that severed its ties to the Roman Catholic Church in 1904 after adopting its own laws and regulations. This volume contains the reports and minutes of the meetings of the Supreme Council of the Polish National Catholic Church for the years 1904 to 1969, both in Polish and in English translation, offering readers considerable insight into the development of the PNCC in America and Poland in the first two-thirds of the.

Translated by Theodore L. Zawistowski. The compilation provides translated records of the Supreme Council of the PNCC and is a necessary companion to the earlier compilations Synods of the Polish National Catholic Church 1904-1958 and The Polish National Catholic Church: Minutes of the First Eleven General Synods 1904-1963. The Supreme Council Minutes begin in 1904 and proceed with numerous lacunae through the leadership tenures of Bishops Francis Hodur (1904-1953) and his successor, Leon Grochowski (1953-1969).

Polish National Catholic Church, independent Catholic church that arose in the late 19th and early 20th centuries . Hodur had been in contact with the bishops of the Old Catholic church movement, who had broken with Rome after the First Vatican Council (1870–71).

Polish National Catholic Church, independent Catholic church that arose in the late 19th and early 20th centuries among Polish immigrants in the United States who left the Roman Catholic Church. From 1907 until 2003 it was a member of the Union of Utrecht and in full communion of the Old Catholic. 29, 1907, he was consecrated in Utrecht, Neth. by bishops of the Old Catholic church.

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by Casimir J. Grotnik. Published October 15, 1993 by East European Monographs.

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Casimir's Catholic Church was organized on December 3, 1898. In January, 1901 this parish was reorganized as St. Casimir's Polish National Catholic Church. Its founders were the members of the oldest Polish organization in Lowell, St. Casimir's Men's Society, organized in November, 1898. The first Mass was said on Church Street in Lowell on March 23, 1901 by Father W. Szumowski and plans were made to erect a church building on Rogers Street. This edifice was blessed in July 1901. In 1909 this building was sold and we relocated to our present location on Lakeview Avenue.

This volume contains a collection of documents pertinent to the synods of the Polish National Catholic Church.