The Archbishop of Krakow and former personal Secretary of Pope John Paul II, Archbishop Stanislaw Dziwisz announced that Pope Benedict XVI could make a visit to the land of Pope Karol Wojtyla next June.
In an interview given to the Polish national radio, Archbishop Dziwisz said that Pope Benedict might come to Poland on June 10 and 11 of next year.
Archbishop Dziwisz is now in Rome as part of a delegation of Polish Bishops accomplishing their Ad limina visit. On Thursday December 1st , he met personally with the Pope and according to what he said to the polish radio, they talked “not only about spiritual issues, but also about the concrete aspects of his next trip to Poland.”
The Archbishop noted that, although the itinerary is not settled yet, Benedict XVI could visit Krakow, the Marian Sanctuary of Czestochowa and possibly Auschwitz.