At the sound of a bell from the altar, relayed over loud-speakers,
about 50,000 people at an open-air mass last month in the Polish capital
dropped down to kneel in the street.
It was a powerful symbol of Poland’s deeply felt Roman Catholicism, a
reminder of the scenes in the 1980s when, inspired by Polish Pope John
Paul II, people prayed in the streets and brought down Communist rule.
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