Anderson received the Totus Tuus award — known as the ‘Catholic Nobel’ in Poland — at the Royal Castle in Warsaw on Oct. 9.
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In March this year, Poland’s bishops made their final adjustments to a decree, called “The Way of Formation of Priests in Poland,” setting out new rules for priestly formation.
In his homily, Archbishop Gądecki noted the importance of St. Joseph as the patron of the foundation, which seeks to ensure “that no harm is ever again done to children, young people and the disabled.”
Cardinal Mario Grech, the general secretary for the Synod of Bishops, said that the synod had been transformed “from an event into a process.”
The apostolic nunciature in Poland announced on March 29 that the Vatican had sanctioned Archbishop Głódź after a probe under the norms of Pope Francis’ 2019 motu proprio Vos estis lux mundi.
The bishops’ October meeting with the Pope will come during a period of upheaval in the Polish Church.
The Vatican investigated the claims under the norms of the motu proprio Vos estis lux mundi, issued by Pope Francis in 2019 for an experimental period of three years.
Before the Constitutional Tribunal’s ruling on Oct. 22, Polish law permitted abortion only in cases of rape or incest, a risk to the mother’s life, or fetal abnormality.
Organizers believe that the annual parade, known in Polish as Orszak Trzech Króli, is typically the largest street nativity play in the world.
In its resolution, the Senate described Cardinal Wyszyński as “one of the greatest Poles of the 20th century.”