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Catholic Prayer: Polish Religious Expressions


Here is a common Polish greeting.


There is another custom which is part of the everyday life of the Polish people and that is the greeting as one enters a home. Instead of a "hello" one greets the occupants with "Praise be to Jesus." The occupants reply by "Forever and ever. Amen."

Prayer Source: Your Home, A Church in Miniature by Compiled by The Family Life Bureau in the early 1950s, The Neumann Press, Long Prairie, Minnesota, 1994
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