libraries, with books in Latin, Greek, German, French, and even English. Zbigniew Słupecki (d. 1594) had an extensive theological library, including a collection of anti-Jesuit material, which included French and German titles. Melchior Krupka Przecławski (d.c. 1595), a nobleman living in Cracow, also owned
healthy, living, Reformed Church.
In 1575, following the destruction and rebuilding of the Bróg Church in Cracow, a provincial synod was held in the capital, which gave very specific instructions to that congregation. It dealt with matters of poor relief, paying for the minister, the order and place of