Stefan Wyszynski

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Noun1.Stefan Wyszynski - Polish prelate who persuaded the Soviet to allow greater religious freedom in Poland (1901-1981)
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One MFP A4, black and white, monochrome printing for the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University Student Legal Clinic WPK, whose detailed description can be found in Chapter IV of the tender documents.
Later that summer, he appointed Archbishop Jozef Glemp primate successor to Poland's late Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski in a country where the new Solidarity movement is growing in strength.
The Primate of Poland, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, was designated to preside at the ceremonies.
Bridging a lacuna he finds in the scholarship, Morawiec (philosophy, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski U.
Polish and Vatican flags flew side by side at Warsaw airport, and the Pope was greeted by the communist state authorities and Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, aged 78, the veteran Roman Catholic Primate of Poland.
While there he placed before the statue a precious gold ring given him by his mentor, the late Polish Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski.
Upon arriving in Fatima on Friday evening, the Pope placed a gold ring that had been given to him by his mentor, the late Polish primate Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, at the foot of the statue of the Virgin of Fatima.
Zenon Hanas of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw said in an email to NCR that the decision should come from talks between the Dominican Republic and the Vatican and be based on international law.
He was seen as ordinary, frail, and "not spectacular" We were both ordained with 29 other deacons by the Servant of God, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski on May 28, 1972.
A 1962 survey by Poland's Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski concluded that virtually every convent in the country had at some time sheltered fugitive Jews, mostly women and children.
1 MFP A3 / photocopying finisher, the Secretariat of the Chancellor and Treasurer Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, ul.