Stowarzyszenie Robotników Chrześcijańskich w Lublinie (1909-1918)

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The Association of Christian Workers (Stowarzyszenie Robotników Chrześcijańskich) was founded in the Kingdom of Poland by Rev. Marceli Godlewski as a result of a liberalization in Russian policy which was brought about by the 1905 revolution. Its aim was to improve workers' religious, intellectual, social, material and national life. All working Christians could be members including non-Catholics. In Lublin the Association was formed relatively late, not till 1909. It was founded at the parish of Saint Paul whose pastor Rev. Stanisław Samorek was its first patron. The first leader of the Lublin branch was Bolesław Rowiński; he was followed by Paweł Drzewiecki, the tailor. During World War I the Association founded a Dispensary for its members and a special Trade Department which was very active in cooperative movements. The Association was also commonly called Christian Democracy.


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