Quote of the Day

Archbishop of Westminster on deserved sainthood of John Paul II…

“It is not difficult to recall some of the outstanding impact John Paul had. It started with his resistance against Communism, first as a young man, then as a Polish bishop and then, eventually, as Pope, when he gave his explicit support to the Solidarity movement. In fact, some would say that morally he was the one who called the Solidarity movement into existence.  It was his understanding of the dignity of the person – that no human being should have to live under a tyranny which denies them the freedom to express themselves and their religious sensitivities.”


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