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New Krakow church to be built for beatification of John Paul II?

Catholic World News - December 10, 2010

Krakow’s Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, the longtime personal secretary to the late Pope John Paul II, hopes to open a new church in that city in time for the beatification of the late Polish Pope, according to Polish reports.

Cardinal Dziwisz has reportedly selected a site for the new church, near the former Solvay chemical factory where the future Pope worked as a laborer during World War II.

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