Farewell to Professor Julian Eugeniusz Kulski in Washington

The funeral service for Prof. Julian Eugeniusz Kulski – the hero of the Warsaw Uprising, a respected architect, a person who contributed greatly to the development of Polish-American cooperation, the authority of successive generations of Poles – took place on 17 September at Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle in Washington, D.C..

The Mass was concelebrated by Archbishop of Washington Card. Wilton Gregory, and a touching sermon was delivered by Fr. Paweł Sass. Family, friends and colleagues said goodbye to the founder of the Kulski Foundation. A special letter from Prime Minister M. Morawiecki was read out by Piotr Wilczek, Polish Ambassador to the United States.

At the beginning of October, the second part of the mourning ceremony and a funeral, accompanied by the honorary military assist at the Powązki Cemetery in Warsaw, will take place in Poland. We are currently confirming the exact date.

A few days later, on 09 October, in the vicinity of the Vistula boulevards and the Royal Castle, the Monument to the Presidents of Great Warsaw – Stefan Starzyński and Julian Spitosław Kulski, initiated by the late prof. Julian Eugeniusz Kulski, will be officially unveiled.