Thursday, April 28, 2005

Pope John Paul II Aide was 'Secret Agent'

Father Konrad Stanislaw Hejmo, aide to former Pope John Paul II, was a secret agent working for the communist authorities in Poland during the 80's according to the Polish Institute for National Remembrance investigating Nazi and communist crimes.

The institute says that secret documents reveal that Father Hejmo, who is still working within the Vatican, reported the movements of Polish pilgrims and maybe the Pontiff himself.

The files are said to be "convincing and shocking" according to Father Maciej Zieba, the priests Dominican superior, who has viewed the documents. It is alleged that Hejmo worked under the pseudonyms 'Hejnal' and 'Dominik'.


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