The Roman Catholic Church has had a prominent role in Polish politics and public affairs since it helped mediate the surrender of power by the communist regime. But many Poles, despite their Catholic heritage, are demanding firmer separation of church and state by JAKUB KARPINSKI BEFORE THE COMMUNIST TAKEOVER AT the end of World War […]

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