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Polish bishops request meeting with new government to prevent attacks on human life

.- Polish media is reporting that the bishops of that country have requested to meet with officials of the new administration in order to discuss ways to prevent new anti-life measures, such as public funding of in-vitro fertilization, from being implemented.

The Polish newspaper Dziennik quoted Bishop Slawoj Leszek Glódz of Warsaw as saying the bishops hope to convince the administration of Donald Tusk to reconsider its positions.

A few days ago, Archbishop Kazimierz Nycz of Warsaw said the government’s support of anti-life procedures “is unacceptable for Catholics.”  According to the newspaper, at the eventual meeting the bishops will also discuss the ratification of the European Letter of Rights, a document which could open the door to the legalization of homosexual unions and euthanasia.


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