This morning we toured Wawel ("Vav-el") Cathedral and St. Mary's Basilica, probably the two most important Roman Catholic churches in Krakow. The first was where a priest named Carol Woytila was bishop and then cardinal, before becoming Pope John-Paul II. It is the royal cathedral, with each king adding a private chapel to the church. We visited their graves in the chapels and the catacombs beneath the church. As Rachel noted tonight, despite all of their wealth and power, they are all dead - none of that matters now. After that, we turned everyone loose on the town, and the ladies hit the shops. Tonight, we ate a feast of traditional Polish foods, served family style, and then went back to the town square where we had hot chocolate at a restaurant that has been in that location, making and serving chocolates, for over a century. We ended the day with a communion service. We are all tired but well, and ready to get up early to begin our homeward journey. Peace be with you, the Austria-Poland Service Learning Team.