The Dominican church of Cracow is a lofty brick-stone, three-nave basilica with a long sanctuary closed with a flat wall. Among numerous side chapels, the most noteworthy one is St Hyacinth's Chapel, where the marble tombstone of the first Polish Dominican and the founder of the Province is buried.
There is also the Rosary Chapel with the miraculous image of Our Lady of the Rosary.
The priory in Cracow is the most important community of the Polish Province. It is the seat of the Philosophy and Theology College, the house of formation, and it also houses the studium library and the archives of the Province. The brethren carry on various pastoral activities, such as the academic chaplaincy "Beczka" ("The Barrel"), the high school ministry "Przystan" ("The Harbour"), the Dominican Laity, the prayer group ("St Hyacinth's Community"), the chaplaincy for disabled persons "Klika" and many other smaller groups and communities. The brethren take constant spiritual and pastoral care of the Dominican nuns and sisters, academic communities, married and engaged couples. Confession is offered everyday in the church from 6 am till 8 pm.