Prince Zygmunt Zieliński, a retired professor and lecturer at KUL, addressed a complaint to the provincial police headquarters in Lublin. According to the cleric, two policemen from Lublin could not behave in church.
"Cops on church caps" – claims a prince of Lublin
Zieliñski reports that in early April he saw two policemen entering the church. Capuchins in Krakowskie Przedmieście in Lublin. The cleric was outraged that the men did not remove the caps after crossing the temple threshold, and were still walking there later. He adds that such behavior is unacceptable because the image of the boundary requires "personal culture and tradition of the country in which he lives." He points out that each temple has its own rules – you do not enter the synagogue without a helmet and the mosque – in shoes. To emphasize the seriousness of the situation, it resembles anecdotes from ancient times – from the days of World War II and the Polish People's Republic.
I remembered that during the occupation I saw a German policeman (Schupo – Schutzpolizei, preventive police – ed.) Who, entering the church, not only took the police helmet, but even crossed his heart. Apparently, as I was told, even some Gestapo men did not go to church with a hat on their heads. The militiamen of my family parish studying the signs of invading the church were all without a helmet
– he writes a book in the complaint, quoted by Onet.pl.
The priest responded to the KWP complaint in Lublin. The command's spokesman said in an interview to the portal that the police officers were aware that such situations would not recur. – Remembered [tak¿e] rules resulting from the police ceremony, that is, when and where we can go in the lid – adds to nadkom. Renata Laszczka-Rusek.
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