Polish missionary reflects on Denmark's 'neo-paganism'
Catholic World News - August 18, 2010
In an interview with a Polish Catholic weekly, Father Leszek Kapusta, a Polish Redemptorist missionary in Denmark, discusses the devotion of young Polish immigrants, the cold reception from some local priests, and Denmark’s drift from Protestantism to what he describes as European neo-paganism.
Only 0.6% of Denmark’s 5.4 million people are Catholic, according to Vatican statistics.
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