On 26-28 February, in the Retreat House of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul at ul. Św. Barbary 43 in Częstochowa, a symposium on the theme “Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy. A new look at the variety of charitable organizations run by religious congregations in Poland” will be held. It will be organized by the Commission for the Works of Charity of the Conference of General Superiors of Female Religious Orders working for various charitable programs. The agenda includes the following lectures: “Understanding the Bull of Pope Francis on the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy” by Fr. Prof. Janusz Królikowski, dean of the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow; “Proposals for new forms of charity carried out by Caritas Poland” by Fr. Hubert Matusiewicz, O.H., deputy director of Caritas Poland; “Spiritual Deeds of Mercy and charitable work” by Fr. Andrzej Przybylski, PhD; “Corporeal Deeds of Mercy. I was hungry and thirsty, I was naked and a stranger” by Sr. Helena Kasperuk, Z.S.A.P.U., Head of Caritas Crisis Intervention Center of Warsaw-Praga for Mothers and Children of Violence “House of Open Hearts” in Otwock, “Corporeal Deeds of mercy. I was in prison”, Sr. Bernarda Michalska, O.S.F, Sr. Kazimiera Bożewska Z.S.A.P.U., volunteers working in prisons; “Corporeal Deeds of mercy. I was sick and lonely” by Sr. Małgorzata Czarnecka, F.dl.C., parish nurse, “Corporeal Deeds of mercy. I was dead”, by Sr. Marcina Wieszołek, C.S.F, nurse at the Hospice of the Czestochowa Land. Sunday, February 28, will be devoted mainly to the teaching of mercy by St. Faustina and St. John Paul II. Speeches on true and false notions of mercy, the teaching of Christian charity by St. Faustina, St. John Paul II as well as the formation and growth of the attitude of mercy will be given by Sr. M. Elżbieta Siepak from the convent of the Congregation of Our Lady of Mercy at the Shrine in Krakow-Łagiewniki.