Information Page for Lacko, Poland

The town of Lacko, Poland is located between the cities of Nowy Targ and Nowy Sacz in a valley somewhat north of Pieniny and Popradzki Parks. The parish in the village of Lacko was first mentioned in 1252. In the beginning it also included the villages of nearby Maszkowice, Czerniec, Szczerez, Kicznia, Zagorzyn, Zarzecze, Wolica, Zabrzez, Wola Kosnowa and Wola Piskulina.
For five centuries Lacko was part of the archdiocese of Krakow. In 1785 it became part of the Tarnow diocese. Currently the following three villages also belong to the Lacko parish: Maszkowice, Czerniec and Szczerez.
Name of Parish Church: Sw. Jana Chrzciciela (Saint John the Baptist)
Name of Parish Priest: Fr. Józef Trzópek. He has been the parish priest since 1984.

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