Poland: Shocking Church-State Relations


Communist regimes always tried to spy on the opposition from within. And Poland is no exception. In the last two years, the country of Pope Wojtyla has been rocked by shocking revelations about the collaborationism of tens and tens of prelates. But the understandable reaction of the episcopate, while divided into several fronts, continues to seem very inadequate and reticent, and could have deeper, more long-lasting repercussions on the Church’s authority.

Communist regimes always tried to spy on the opposition from within. And Poland is no exception. In the last two years, the country of Pope Wojtyla has been rocked by shocking revelations about the collaborationism of tens and tens of prelates. But the understandable reaction of the episcopate, while divided into several fronts, continues to seem very inadequate and reticent, and could have deeper, more long-lasting repercussions on the Church’s authority.

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