lunedì 1 novembre 2021

Polish bishops say ‘no taboo topics’ during ad limina visit to Vatican

(Paulina Guzik, Crux)
Poland’s bishops have wrapped up their ad limina visits to Rome, which usually take place every five years, but have been delayed due to the pandemic. During their time in Rome, the bishops hold meetings with Pope Francis and the various departments of the Roman Curia, the central bureaucracy of the Vatican. “There were no taboo topics,” said Auxiliary Bishop Adrian Galbas of Ełk, in northeastern Poland. “The suggestions were not given as instructions. The pope was open to any questions. The pontiff told us – ask whatever you want, every issue important for you is the one I want to think through as well,” Galbas told Crux. (...)