Cardinal Dziwisz: Pope’s actions are ‘reference for all those committed to fighting against the crime of sexual abuse of minors by clerics.’
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Retired Polish prelate speaks to the Register about the enduring importance of the Fatima message ahead of the 100th anniversary of the Marian apparitions in 2017, as well as the lesser-known 1982 assassination attempt on John Paul’s life at Fatima.
COMMENTARY: The Polish cardinal retired last week at the age of 77.
The former longtime secretary recalls his friend and mentor on the 10th anniversary of his April 2 passing.
‘His death and funeral were, I think, his most beautiful encyclical,’ says the archbishop of Krakow and longtime friend and aide to the late pope, upon the 10th anniversary of his passing.
The song, inspired by the theme ‘Blessed Are the Merciful,’ was introduced at the conclusion of the traditional procession of the Magi to mark Epiphany.