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HEARD IN PASSING
December 1, 2014   
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“As you look the child in the eyes, it is worth asking some questions about religion: does the child go to church and does it go to Holy Communion? When was the last time he or she went to confession?”
—Catholic magazine Miłujcie się! instructing readers on what to do when children come trick-or-treating at Halloween

“One in five Poles believes that insulting politicians and threatening them is acceptable. One in 10 accepts the use of physical force against politicians who are mismanaging or damaging the country.”
—Social psychologist Krystyna Skarżyńska citing the findings of an opinion poll

“As a Catholic, I’m not bound by the law.”
—Fr. Tadeusz Rydzyk, head of a Roman Catholic broadcasting empire, on fines imposed on the Radio Maryja radio station and the Trwam television channel for surreptitious advertising and inciting violence against minorities

“Almost every businessman regards workers as lazy bums, while a large number of employees think that employers are thieves and bloodsuckers.”
—Ryszard Bugaj, a left-wing economist and the former leader of the Labor Union party, on what he believes is the biggest threat to Poland’s economic development
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