On September 10 (Saturday) the 14th Railway Workers’ National Pilgrimage will arrive at the Shrine of Divine Mercy. The celebrations will start at 9.30 am from a visitation of the St. John Paul II “Do not be afraid” Center, where the participants of the pilgrimage will walk through the Door of Mercy, and will pray near the relics of St. John Paul II. About 9.50 am, the pilgrims will proceed to the Shrine of Divine Mercy to participate in an outdoor Way of the Cross. Along the way, the national chaplain of railwaymen, Monsignor Eugeniusz Zarębiński, will lead them through the Door of Mercy into the Basilica of Divine Mercy to participate in a solemn concelebrated Eucharist, which will begin at 12:00 pm. Through the intercession of the Holy Father John Paul II and St. Faustina, the pilgrims will pray for God’s Mercy for Poland and the world, for the survival of the rich national and religious traditions of our compatriots, and for unity and harmony in our homeland and families, as well as for the intention of the national railways. The pilgrims will also visit the chapel with the miracle-famous image of Merciful Jesus and the tomb of St. Faustina, to whom they will entrust their personal intentions. The pilgrimage will end with prayer at the Hour of Mercy (3 pm) and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy.