A Pilgrimage to Jasna Góra

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Three Polish nuns, wearing traditional robes and habits, stand in a circle, studying their train schedule.  Little sleep and the absence of coffee on the night train from Berlin contribute to my slow reasoning.  “Can you direct me to the platform for Cze? stochowa?” I inquire.  The eldest nun . . .

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