25 March 1992 Pope John Paul II created the Diocese of Legnica. Territory of the new diocese was taken from the western part of the Archdiocese of Wroclaw. In 2004, eight deans of the Diocese of Legnica, were attached to the newly evoked Diocese of Świdnica. Statistics of the Diocese of Legnica in 2014 are as follows: number of residents: 833.739, number of Catholics: 760.328, priests: 408, monastic priests: 71, number of parishes: 241, parish churches: 241, filial churches: 239, auxiliary churches: 56, total: 536 sacred objects. The number of pipe organs: 253. The vast majority of the instruments are classified as outstanding historical monuments, of historical, artistic and performing features. With the participation of the Department of Church Music in the period 2000–2015 there were restorations and reconstructions carried out on 88 instruments. In the churches of the Diocese of Legnica work was carried out on 75 instruments, in churches of the neighbour dioceses, on 13 musical instruments. With the initiative of administrators of neighboring parishes of the dioceses, the Department of Church Music in Legnica Diocese Curia, with the approbation of the respective representatives of the same diocese, took part in actions to restore the organs in: – Wroclaw Archdiocese – 1 instrument – Swidnica Diocese – 10 instruments – Zielona Gora – Gorzow Diocese – 2 instruments During the period 2000–2015 on the territory of Legnica Diocese 3 new organ instruments were built. During the period there were also translocations of 6 organ instruments. Most of the work performed on the organ instruments in 2000-2015 was concentrated mainly on the actions aimed to restore full technical, sound and artistic efficiency, together with the preservation of all important historical aspects.