Kardynał August Hlond jako twórca podstaw administracji kościelnej na Pomorzu Środkowym po II wojnie światowej
Cardinal August Hlond as the creator of the basis of church administration in the Middle Pomerania after World War II
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The servant of God Cardinal August Hlond lived from 1881 to 1948. He was the Polish primate for 22 years. His decisions as of 1945 on the establishment of the new apostolic administrations in Western and Northern Territories, including the Apostolic Administration Kamienska, Lubuska and the Prelature of Pila, were a turning point in the later development of church structures in the Middle Pomerania. In October 1947, he visited Kolobrzeg, Koszalin, Miastko, Szczecinek and Jastrow. When Pope Paul VI divided the Diocese of Gorzow into three separate dioceses in his bull Episcoporum Poloniae coetus of 28 June 1972, he separated and established the Diocese of Koszalin-Kolobrzeg, including Central Pomerania with the bishop’s capital in Koszalin.
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