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September 21, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Roman Catholic Cardinal Jozef Glemp of Poland met with a dozen American Jewish leaders and expressed regret over a 1989 sermon that many Jews regard as anti-Semitic. "I regret sincerely that this unfortunate situation occurred and recommit myself . . . to combatting anti-Semitism at its very roots," Glemp told the Jewish leaders in Washington.
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January 23, 2013
Jozef Glemp Polish cardinal Cardinal Jozef Glemp, 83, the head of Poland's influential Roman Catholic church from 1981 to 2004 - a time when it played a historic role in the fight against communism - died Wednesday in Warsaw. Jozef Kloch, a church spokesman, said in a statement that Glemp had been ill for many years, and the Polish news agency PAP said he had lung cancer. Glemp oversaw the church at a critical time in its history and that of Poland. He was the primate for most of the papacy of the Polish-born Pope John Paul II, who was elected pope in 1979.
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October 7, 1991 | Reuters
Cardinal John J. O'Connor of New York stood by Polish Cardinal Jozef Glemp on Sunday, saying the visiting religious leader deeply regretted any pain he may have caused Jews with what many have called anti-Semitic statements. During a Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral at which O'Connor and Glemp spoke to hundreds of Polish-Americans on the Polish Pulaski Day holiday, New York's Roman Catholic archbishop said Glemp had "made clear his deep regret" and the two met with a group of 12 U.S.
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October 7, 1991 | Reuters
Cardinal John J. O'Connor of New York stood by Polish Cardinal Jozef Glemp on Sunday, saying the visiting religious leader deeply regretted any pain he may have caused Jews with what many have called anti-Semitic statements. During a Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral at which O'Connor and Glemp spoke to hundreds of Polish-Americans on the Polish Pulaski Day holiday, New York's Roman Catholic archbishop said Glemp had "made clear his deep regret" and the two met with a group of 12 U.S.
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February 1, 1990 | Associated Press
Cardinal Jozef Glemp, leader of Poland's powerful Roman Catholic Church, was in serious condition Wednesday but improving after two emergency operations for bleeding in his digestive system, officials said. Glemp, 61, first underwent surgery Tuesday. Doctors discovered a massive hemorrhage in the alimentary canal, which comprises the esophagus, stomach and intestines, the state PAP news service said. He then underwent a second operation late Tuesday night and early Wednesday.
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August 24, 1991 | From Religious News Service
Polish Cardinal Jozef Glemp has retracted a controversial allegation he made two years ago when he implied that a group of Jewish demonstrators was trying to kill nuns in a convent at the site of the Auschwitz concentration camp. The Polish primate was widely denounced by Jewish leaders and some other cardinals for comments he made in a homily delivered at Czestochowa in August, 1989.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 23, 2013
Jozef Glemp Polish cardinal Cardinal Jozef Glemp, 83, the head of Poland's influential Roman Catholic church from 1981 to 2004 - a time when it played a historic role in the fight against communism - died Wednesday in Warsaw. Jozef Kloch, a church spokesman, said in a statement that Glemp had been ill for many years, and the Polish news agency PAP said he had lung cancer. Glemp oversaw the church at a critical time in its history and that of Poland. He was the primate for most of the papacy of the Polish-born Pope John Paul II, who was elected pope in 1979.
NEWS
September 24, 1986 | From Reuters
Poland's Roman Catholic primate, Cardinal Jozef Glemp, will begin a 10-day pastoral visit to Canada on Oct. 7, the PAP news agency reported Tuesday.
NEWS
September 12, 1987 | Associated Press
Poland's Roman Catholic primate, Cardinal Jozef Glemp, arrived in Austria on Friday for a two-day visit that will include meetings with Poles now living in Austria.
NEWS
April 13, 1986 | From Reuters
Cardinal Jozef Glemp, leader of Poland's Roman Catholic Church, arrived in Paris Friday for a 10-day visit that he emphasized was pastoral, not political. "My visit has a pastoral character," he told reporters at Orly airport.
NEWS
September 21, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Roman Catholic Cardinal Jozef Glemp of Poland met with a dozen American Jewish leaders and expressed regret over a 1989 sermon that many Jews regard as anti-Semitic. "I regret sincerely that this unfortunate situation occurred and recommit myself . . . to combatting anti-Semitism at its very roots," Glemp told the Jewish leaders in Washington.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 24, 1991 | From Religious News Service
Polish Cardinal Jozef Glemp has retracted a controversial allegation he made two years ago when he implied that a group of Jewish demonstrators was trying to kill nuns in a convent at the site of the Auschwitz concentration camp. The Polish primate was widely denounced by Jewish leaders and some other cardinals for comments he made in a homily delivered at Czestochowa in August, 1989.
NEWS
February 1, 1990 | Associated Press
Cardinal Jozef Glemp, leader of Poland's powerful Roman Catholic Church, was in serious condition Wednesday but improving after two emergency operations for bleeding in his digestive system, officials said. Glemp, 61, first underwent surgery Tuesday. Doctors discovered a massive hemorrhage in the alimentary canal, which comprises the esophagus, stomach and intestines, the state PAP news service said. He then underwent a second operation late Tuesday night and early Wednesday.
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July 26, 1988 | Reuters
Cardinal Jozef Glemp, Roman Catholic primate of Poland, said Monday that this fall he will make his second visit ever to the Soviet Union. Speaking to reporters on his arrival from a three-week holiday in Italy, Glemp said he will visit the Byelorussian towns of Minsk and Pinsk and invite Orthodox Metropolitan Filaret to Poland.
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