When Gerald Ford famously stumbled, “There is no Soviet domination of Eastern Europe” in 1976, he could have had the work of Archbishop Karol Wojtyla in mind. The former president meant to indicate the people of the Warsaw Pact did not embrace the atheistic Soviet leadership – a fact, the CIA noted, that sprung from the peoples’ abiding religious faith. Pope John Paul II did more … [Read more...]
April 4, 2005 By Ben Johnson
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