Patron saints of Poland

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A 16th-century illumination of Saint Stanislaus

The Catholic Church venerates five patron saints of Poland. The primary patron saints are the Blessed Virgin Mary the Queen of Poland, Saint Adalbert, and Saint Stanislaus of Szczepanów. The secondary patron saints are Saint Stanislaus Kostka and Saint Andrew Bobola. Historically, several other saints also used to be considered patrons of Poland.

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A 17th-century woodcut of five historical Polish patron saints venerating the Christogram; left to right: Wenceslaus, Adalbert, Casimir, Stanislaus, and Florian

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