Polish President-Elect Andrzej Duda Rescues Dropped Host

by STEVE SKOJEC | ONE PETER 5  |  published on June 10, 2015

Ah, Poland. When I was there in 1999, I was struck by the fact that other than in Rome, I have never seen more religious — obvious nuns and priests — out and about on the streets, taking public transit, and just participating in daily life. Krakow is one of my favorite cities in the world. There’s just something about the Polish people.

If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s a story about Polish President-Elect Andrzej Duda that makes you wonder what it would be like to live in a nation with a truly Catholic leader:

On the National Thanksgiving Day, which was established in late 18th Century to commemorate Poland’s patriotic struggle for independence, thousands of the inhabitants of Warsaw took part in an annual open-air Holy Mass, also massively attended by top state officials with the President-Elect Andrzej Sebastian Duda in person.

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