On the occasion of the Jubilee of Mercy, on October 8th, the participants of the “Margaretka” apostolate from across Poland will meet for the first time at the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow-Łagiewniki. The pilgrimage will begin at 9 am at the Shrine of St. John Paul II, where the priests and the “Margaretka” apostolate members will be entrusted to the Pope next to his relics and he will be announced as the patron of this apostolic work. Then, in the procession of the Rosary, the participants will go to the Shrine of Divine Mercy, where at noon a solemn Mass celebrated in the basilica will be presided by Bishop Jan Zając. The pilgrims will also visit the chapel with the grace-famous image of Merciful Jesus and the tomb of St. Faustina. Her words written in the Diary: O priests, you bright candles enlightening human souls, let your brightness never be dimmed.(Diary, 75) are the motto of the pilgrimage, which will conclude with prayer at the Hour of Mercy (3 pm) and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. The honorary patronage over the event was accepted by Archbishop of Krakow, Stanisław Cardinal Dziwisz.