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19th cent.: were Lith priests removed to Belarus?
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Lutz Szemkus
Posted 2013-03-12 06:13 (#93453)
Subject: 19th cent.: were Lith priests removed to Belarus?

I have a question about a statement in Gaigalaitis 1917 book "Litauen" on Polish-Lithuanian relations.

Were Lithuanian priests that insisted on using Lithuanian in church
removed to Belarus under bishop Zwierowitz?

Were they replaced by Polish so-called "silent priests", since these could not communicate with their parishioners?

Was their using of Lithuanian called "criminal" by Poles?

Were they a large number?

Edited by Lutz Szemkus 2013-03-12 06:39



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