At Mother Elżbieta’s funeral in 1961, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński called her “a person who constantly stood before the face of her Good Lord.”
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Was Cardinal Wyszyński’s Approach to Communism a Guide About How the Vatican Should Engage With China?
COMMENTARY: The Chinese regime’s unilateral appointment of a new bishop for Wuhan invites reflection upon how the Church deals with totalitarian regimes.
COMMENTARY: The Church leader, who will be beatified Sept. 12 in Warsaw, was the living incarnation of Poland’s 20th-century experience.
Karolina Gawrych and Sister Nulla were healed, respectively, through the intercession of Mother Elżbieta Czacka and Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński.
The ‘Primate of the Millennium,’ Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński, will be beatified in Warsaw on Sept. 12.
In its resolution, the Senate described Cardinal Wyszyński as “one of the greatest Poles of the 20th century.”
Pope Francis authorized the Congregation for the Causes of Saints to promulgate the decree concerning Wyszynski and seven others on the path to sainthood in a meeting Oct. 2 with Cardinal Angelo Becciu, prefect of the congregation.
Pope Francis on Tuesday recognized the heroic virtue of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski and Father Patrick Peyton, an Irish priest known for his promotion of the Rosary.