Poland's deputy foreign minister has thanked the Israeli authorities for their quick reaction to the desecration of the Polish church in Jerusalem.
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The huge grave containing around 450 skeletons revealed that many of the bodies showed signs of anti-vampire practices common in Kashubia in the 19th century.
The small town of Łowicz will erupt into colour today as locals take to the streets to celebrate Corpus Christi (Boże Ciało).
Titled the ‘Wartime Rescue of Jews by the Polish Catholic Clergy’, and available for free download in pdf format, the 1,300 page tome is the first ever English-language record to specifically document the heroic part the church played in saving Jews.
There have been no eye-catching headlines or sensational leads in Dutch media such as those that have emblazoned Polish media promoting Ekke Overbeek. And his "irrefutable," "nuclear" proof incriminating the pope was treated reservedly, even critically.
A group of 32 protesters who interrupted a mass in a Polish cathedral with a pro-abortion rights demonstration have been acquitted of disturbance of a religious act.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, said on Wednesday he stood in defence of Pope John Paul II, following media accusations that the late pontiff had covered up child sex abuse in the church when he was an archbishop.