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Pope sends gift to Polish flood victims
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The Pontifical Council 'Cor Unum' has sent a message of support and a donation to the Polish Bishops Conference to assist in aid relief for victims of the recent severe floods.

In a statement today, the Council said: "In the wake of the floods provoked by torrential rains in Poland, a disaster on an unprecedented scale that has led to many victims and massive evacuations, the Pontifical Council 'Cor Unum' has sent Archbishop Jozef Michalik, president of the Polish Episcopal Conference, a papal gift to assist the flood victims and evacuees in the worst hit ecclesiastical areas.

"The Holy Father's gesture through 'Cor Unum' is intended to show his closeness and his paternal encouragement to those who are generously offering aid relief".

Source: VIS

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