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WATCH: Pierogi popular as the pope at #WYD2016

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Aleteia lets pilgrims share their first impressions of Poland; lots of information here as well…

This is kind of charming — Aleteia’s new Polish-language edition took to the streets of Warsaw to ask four questions of  World Youth Day pilgrims headed to Krakow.
2. Your favorite Polish dish…
3. Repeat, please, these words
4. Did you learn any words in Polish?

(Psssst, if you find yourself being asked these questions, here’s a crib sheet for question #1!)

More stuff…

Take the PollAre you stoked for World Youth Day?

We really hope you pilgrims are keeping your cameras at the ready to take pictures and videos that you can upload to social media with a simple hashtag (#KrakowtoRome) to be entered in our contest. You might get a free trip to Rome out of it! Good Luck!

Have questions while in Krakow? Here is a helpline number to call

Keep up with all the news at #WYD2016 at our dedicated WYD page!

PopeEmoji? of course! — Check out our Helpful INFOGRAPHIC

Looking for Music at Krakow? Aleteia’s music channel, Cecilia has you covered. They’ve prepared an exclusive World Youth Day Playlist that can be downloaded for free on Aleteia starting next Tuesday, July 26. We’ll have more info when that goes live, so check back!

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