On the 27th of June 2009 - on the day of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Perpetual Help - I wandered alone along the Kościeliska Valley in Tatra mountains. When I came to Ornak Glade (Hala Ornak)
I heard inside myself calling of Mary to create a group of young men scout consisting of two parts: youth from normal families and youth rejected (from an orphanage). Two months before the day I stoped leading scout patrol in Gdansk Orphanage of the Foundation “Family of Hope” - seeing no sense of this activity.
The calling of Mary inspired me to organize in July 2009 a private scout expedition along Beskid mountains where participants were boys from the orphanage and from common families.
Members of the private expedition established Scout Pack of Wolves. After 2 years youth from the orphanage leaved the Pack. But in the same time some new boys joined the Pack – fundamental number of them was from large families. I realized that youth from large families is also rejected (because in contemporary society members of large families are treated as a pathology). So the Pack decided to be especially open to young men from large families. And this idea became the new priority of the Pack.
The patron of the Pack is Pope John Paul II - the man who commended his life to Mary.
I believe that as the creation of the Pack was inspired by the Virgin Mary – she is the one who takes care of the Pack and will do it in the future.