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Zabudowania parafii Milosierdzia Bozego w Krakowie (os. Oficerskie)
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Początki Parafii Miłosierdzia Bożego sięgają czasów pasterzowania w naszej Diecezji przez ks. kardynała Karola Wojtyłę, który w latach siedemdziesiątych podjął starania o utworzenie nowej parafii i budowę nowego kościoła na osiedlu Oficerskim, należącym wówczas do rozległej Parafii świętego Mikołaja. Wrogość ówczesnych władz nie pozwoliła na zrealizowanie tych zamierzeń. www.oficerskie.info

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