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Archbishop's sudden death stuns Polish Church

Catholic World News - February 11, 2011

Catholics in Poland were jolted by the sudden death of Archbishop Jozef Zycinski of Lublin on February 10.

Archbishop Zycinksi, who was 62, died in Rome during a visit there. His death was originally attributed to a stroke; doctors later determined that it was caused by a heart attack.

Noted as a theologian and writer, Archbishop Zycinksi had led the Lublin archdiocese—the home of the famous Catholic University—since 1997.

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