Tuesday, January 09, 2007

A bad way to start the year

Warsaw, Jan. 8, 2007 (CWNews.com) - Archbishop Stanislaw Wielgus of Warsaw resigned on January 7, shortly before he was scheduled to be installed as head of the Polish archdiocese.

The installation had become the focus of a tense controversy in Poland after a Church panel confirmed reports that Archbishop Wielgus had been an informer for Poland’s secret police during the Communist era.

No, I don't know if that's the most compatible with giving your life for Christ. Times were tough, no doubt, but still.

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