The Catholic Church in Poland is not currently commenting on the court case, which comes as the Church appears to be losing ground in Polish society.
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The resolution, regarded by many commentators as an inappropriate interference in the affairs of the Polish people, will be subject to legal counterattacks.
The coffins contained the bodies of children who had died following stillbirths, miscarriages and abortions.
At great personal cost, Dr. Genowefa Abłażej stood her ground and defended life. She was honored by Pope St. John Paul II in 1988 with the medal ‘Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice.’
The archbishop praised people who not only worked for full legal protection of unborn life, but also offered help and support to expectant mothers.
After 50 years, the slogans of the Sexual Revolution, along with its cultural baggage, have reached Poland.
The archbishop rejected protesters’ claims that the Church was too closely aligned with the ruling party, but insisted that “the Church in Poland is not on the side of the right or left, or even on the side of the center, but on the side of the Gospel.”
Amid loud and vocal opinions against Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal, there are a number of voices affirming the life of the unborn children.
Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal has outraged the left in Europe with its Oct. 22 ruling.
The text, released Aug. 28, was the bishops’ contribution to an ongoing debate about LGBT rights in Poland.