We are neither Catholic or Polish but if you live in this area you have heard of the shrine - usually referred to as "Our Lady". So out of curiosity we went to visit. They were having a large festival with great food and polka music and dancing. It was very impressive and it's obvious this is a very meaningful shrine, even though I am not familiar with the particular history. The setting is lovely and it is beautifully maintained. Would be a meaningful experience for Catholics.
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