Catholicism’s accidental exile captures drama of post-Soviet world

Catholicism’s accidental exile captures drama of post-Soviet world Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz, the head of the Catholic Church in Belarus.
Letter from Rome Some people, it would appear, simply are born for exile. Sometimes it’s a firebrand personality constantly irking the powers that be, but in other cases it’s mostly bad luck, circumstance and the fact that a given person is an inconvenient reminder of a system’s failures and blind spots even without trying. The…
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