Had I written a paper about the Roman Catholic Church in Poland after the Fall of Communism in 2019, when Paul Mojzes asked me to (thank you, Paul, for your unceasing encouragement!), the writing would have been so much easier than it is now. Not easy, but easier. At that time, the situation of the Roman Catholic Church in Poland, just like life in Poland in general, seemed relatively stable, much more so than throughout most of Poland’s turbulent history or even during those 30 years since the Fall of Communism. The Church, too, seemed to be on the way to “getting back on track” after having experienced a few somewhat difficult years. In 2019 one could think that all (almost all) is well with the Church in Poland–or, will be well soon.
"The Roman Catholic Church in Poland after the Fall of Communism,"
Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe: Vol. 40
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/ree/vol40/iss7/2