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Pilch family

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Re: Pilch family

Posted: 6 Apr 2008 6:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Mary Ann,

While visiting a Franciscan church in Krakow quite close to Wawel, I purchased some books. One is a history of Bernardines in Poland, volume III, from 1772-1946. The author is Jerome Eugene Wyczwski, OFM, and it is published by Calvarianum, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, 1992. I checked the extensive Index, but there is no listing of Soja or Stopka. It could be that your relative belonged to a different Province of Bernardines in Poland. Here is their web-site:
http://www.bernardyni.ofm.pl/

You might try to contact them and ask for further information about other provinces and friars.

I didn't find the attachment, so I couldn't see the photo. I'm wondering whether he might not have been a Conventual Franciscan ("Black Franciscan" from the color of the habit they wear). In Poland, these are called Franciscans; the "Brown Franciscans" (OFM) are called Bernardines.

Hope this helps a little.

John Pilch
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
John Pilch 13 Feb 2004 12:54AM GMT 
tcycak 23 Oct 2007 4:11PM GMT 
ZBeca 27 Oct 2007 12:45AM GMT 
pilchj 27 Oct 2007 5:12AM GMT 
MaryAnnGast11... 6 Apr 2008 11:45PM GMT 
ZlaticaBeca 7 Apr 2008 12:03AM GMT 
pilchj 7 Apr 2008 12:06AM GMT 
gcchildren 5 Feb 2013 2:43AM GMT 
MaryAnnGast11... 7 Feb 2013 6:31PM GMT 
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