Cardinal Wyszynski served as the Primate of Poland and was one of the key figures in the country’s 20th-century history. He was known for his heroic resistance to Nazism and communism and for his steadfast efforts to protect the Catholic Church when Poland was under communist rule. Between 1953 and 1956 he was imprisoned by the communists. The cause for his beatification is currently open.
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