The project is an exhibition/happening prepared in English, French, Spanish, German, Polish, Russian and Italian at the Art Palace in Krakow and open on July 20-27.
Visitors will be given headphones through which they will listen to a script written by Polish members of the Communion and Liberation movement initiated by Fr. Luigi Giussani in Italy in 1954. Today the movement is present in over 70 countries all over the world.
The exhibition is housed in several rooms focusing on different themes, including family and home, study and work, free time, friendship and love, faith and spirituality.
At the end of the approximately 30-minute tour is a book in which everyone can write questions for the pope. These can also be entered on a computer screen. “The space has been arranged to provoke genuine, personal questions”, PAP has been told by Pawel Dos, one of the organisers.
Once the project ends, the organisers will compile a Book of Questions containing all of the visitors’ questions and present it to Pope Francis.
For details, visit the website askthepope2016.com. (PAP)