Nowina-Konopka said that "if the two parts in Syria start dialoguing, then this paper prepared by the Catholic Church may serve as a manual."
The former adviser, interpreter and spokesperson for the second president of Poland, Lech Walesa, recalled the communist party in Poland and its opposition around 25 years ago.
"The Polish Church created services to allow both sides to sit and talk," he said. "This situation of the Church as an arbitrator was successful and the talk with the Secretary of State reminded me of this."
"I believe that everything is possible, especially with our Pope's determination," he added.
The 64-year-old explained that a normal term for an ambassador is four years long and believes he is "witnessing a very special period in the Church's history."
"I wouldn't be shocked if this Pope prepared a series of events including a new Council," he said.
"He will have an important meeting with his chief advisers, eight cardinals, in October and they will seek a renewal in his pastoral ways and in the Church."
The important thing, he believes, is changing the language with how the Church communicates and speaks to people to make its mission understandable.
"My mission is to ensure the best communication between my government, Poland and the Holy See," he reflected. "I look forward to a Church Spring and after a wonderful pontificate of John Paul II and then of Benedict, we will have a new chapter."
The ambassador said that for now "the hot topic is Syria," noting that Poland's government has clearly announced that it would not participate in any military intervention in Syria.