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Polish Government Bans Catholic Priests from Excommunicating Polish Communists

Poland's old and new borders in 1945
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The government of Poland forbids Catholic priests from excommunicating any Polish citizen belonging to the Communist Party, something ordered by Pope Pius XII two weeks earlier.

According to the government, this is an "act of aggression" against Poland.

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