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Hands-on aid and praying the Rosary guide Nick Koeppel’s efforts and those who volunteer with him in Krakow.
Almost all of Poland’s 10,000 Catholic parishes are supporting refugees, who are being housed in Church buildings, monasteries and convents, seminaries, and Caritas centers.
The bishops issued their message the day after Pope Francis announced that Jan. 26 will be a day of prayer for peace in the Eastern European country.
COMMENTARY: Forty years ago, Soviet communists tried to turn out the lights. But like a candle in the White House window, Ronald Reagan and John Paul II and the people of Poland kept a flicker of hope alive.
“Let us try to think of our brothers and sisters who remained in Lebanon, but who would not experience peace and life worthy of human conditions,” said Bishop Miziński.
Anderson received the Totus Tuus award — known as the ‘Catholic Nobel’ in Poland — at the Royal Castle in Warsaw on Oct. 9.
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.”