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A devestating verdict on the Polish church


Olaf 6 | 956
4 Jan 2011 #271
Yeah, never bend for the soap.
Ironside 50 | 10,814
4 Jan 2011 #272
you sound as you have bended one time too many
FUZZYWICKETS 8 | 1,883
4 Jan 2011 #273
ironside wrote:

you sound as you have bended one time too many

you know what's funny? EVERYONE on PF thinks the same thing about you.
Olaf 6 | 956
4 Jan 2011 #274
:) Hahahah. Oh, I'm just fecking with you Ironside. Relax. It wasn't serious. You are taking things too seriously sometimes.
Ironside 50 | 10,814
4 Jan 2011 #275
EVERYONE on PF

everyone fuzz? don't say!

:) Hahahah. Oh, I'm just fecking with you Ironside. Relax. It wasn't serious. You are taking things too seriously sometimes.

OH I wasn't serious either, just like to see people jump sometimes, however I can't be bother my father had a stroke yesterday, so I don't give a * about PF antics!
alexw68
4 Jan 2011 #276
Blimey, Iron - not everyone would recommend PF as aversion therapy. Still, whatever helps - it's terrible how helpless one can feel when these things happen.

Wishing your old man a comfortable and swift recovery, A
Harry
6 Jul 2015 #277
Merged: Poland's Property Commission on Trial for Deals that Handed Millions to Catholic Church

Quote anybody got any more current details about this trial?

In the two decades following the collapse of Poland's Communist government, hundreds of millions of złoty worth of land was handed over to Catholic institutions. This was the work of the Komisja Majątkowa (Property Commission), a body set up amid political chaos to provide 'compensation' to the Catholic Church in Poland.

Much of the land transferred by the Komisja Majątkowa (KM) later ended up in the hands of private property developers. Facing allegations of serious corruption, the KM was closed down in 2011 and the trial of nine former commissioners opened at Krakow's district court on February 25 this year.

Full article here
krakowpost
InPolska 11 | 1,821
6 Jul 2015 #278
Thanks! I'll read it when more time.
pawian 176 | 13,997
9 Jan 2021 #279
A few devastating verdicts were issued by the Vatican not long ago:

No 1:

ctvnews.ca/world/gulbinowicz-polish-cardinal-accused-of-abuse-dies-at-97-1.5190775

Earlier this month, the Vatican's embassy in Poland said Gulbinowicz, the retired archbishop of Wroclaw, was forbidden from using his bishop's insignia and participating in any religious celebrations or public events. He was also denied the right to have a cathedral funeral service or burial.


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