Friday, April 08, 2005


Karol Wojtyla - a young man of character

Before he was Pope John Paul II, or even a priest, he was Karol Wojtyla, a young Polish Catholic caught up in the inhumanity and devastation that was World War II. For a revealing look at the kind of man he was before he became famous as a great man, read this, the very personal story of a seminarian who helped a young jewish girl alone and desperate in the waning days of the war.

Hat tip to Common Sense and Wonder, where I found the link to this article.

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