The Icon in the company of the Carmelites

On Wednesday, November 28, the Icon said goodbye to the FETV Catholic television channel at 4:00 p.m. and was transferred to the parish of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, where it will remain for two weeks.

That day was a holiday and many Panamanians took advantage of it to travel outside the city, but those who were close to the church listened with great surprise to the ringing of the bells that announced the arrival of the Pilgrim Icon.

Interview on FETV

The Icon of the Virgin of Czestochowa, which travels the world from ocean to ocean carrying a prolife message, remained Monday through Wednesday at the Catholic TV channel FETV.

On Tuesday morning, Father Leon Juchniewicz, a Polish missionary who accompanies the Icon, offered mass on the television channel in the presence of the Icon and was later interviewed by Father Francisco Verar, director of the FETV channel and founder of the Community Magnificat.

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The icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa
"From Ocean to Ocean"
will participate in the World Youth Day

On November 26, 2018 (Monday), the Icon of Our Lady of Częstochowa "From the Ocean to Ocean", traveling the world in defense of the civilization of life, set off from Quito in Ecuador and at 17:06 local time came to the Tocumen International Airport in Panama City to participate in the World Youth Day (WYD). On the meter She already has 190,000 km!

New Grotto dedicated to the Mother of God with the presence of the Icon of Czestochowa

On Sunday, November 11, the faithful and inhabitants of the San Antonio de Padua Parish of the Citadel Ibarra, participated in a special celebration of the visit of the Icon of the Virgin of Czestochowa in their community.

The occasion was  an opportune to bless a Grotto dedicated to the Virgin of "El Cisne".

An image of our Lady which the inhabitants of the area have great devotion, faith, respect and love.

Our Lady of Czestochowa spreads message of love, life and the family

On Monday, October 22, Our Lady the Virgin of Czestochowa visited the Church of Our Lady of the Annunciation, located in the parish of La Mena in the south west of the city of Quito. The reception was given by the parish priest Fr. Denisse Yanangomez, who celebrated the Holy Eucharist and remembers the Holy Father Pope John Paul II.

"I am all yours, Mary, my mother"

The Icon of the Pilgrim Virgin of Czestochowa continues to carry Her positive message that seeks mainly to defend life and family, especially after she was announced patroness of families throughout the world and to whom St. John Paul II had special devotion.

The name of the new group - "Our Lady of Czestochowa, the Pilgrim Mother of Poland"

Promoting moral and ethical values, as well as defending life from conception to natural death, are just some of the goals and objectives that the new parish group of the Parrish Santa Maria de El Calzado will initiate. The name of this group will be "Our Lady of Czestochowa, the Pilgrim Mother of Poland".

Devotion and perseverance to Our Lady the Virgin of Czestochowa

The parish of Santa Maria de El Calzado is in a permanent prayer with the visiting Virgin of Czestochowa. Every day at dusk parishioners gather in an attitude of rejoicing, enthusiasm, devotion and faith to be able to share time with the Pilgrim Icon.

Our Lady of Czestochowa in defense of life and family

The pilgrim image of the Virgin of Czestochowa has gathered a large number of faithful from the parish community of Santa Maria de El Calzado. Every day people of faith came to the parish church to venerate the sacred image and ask for health, for life and for the families of that community.

Pilgrimage of love, hope and life

Our Lady the Virgin of Czestochowa visited the parish of Santa Maria de El Calzado, located south west of the city of Quito. During her visit, the Pilgrim Virgin shared with the parishioners the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.

The parish priest Fr. Jorge Ortiz, presided over the celebration and in his homily he commented: "The Pilgrim Virgin invites us to leave our house.