Church and State behind the Iron Curtain: Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania: With An Introduction on the Soviet Union

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CHURCH AND STATE IN POLAND
by Stefan Rosada and Józef Gwóźdž
Page
Abbreviations
Introduction165
A. I. Constitutional Provisions and the Concordat of 1925
B. Situation Prior to the Enactment of the New Constitution of July 22, 1952
1.
Provisions of the 1921 Constitution168
2.
Concordat of 1925171
3.
Attitude of the Postwar Government to Provisions Dealing with the Church in the 1921 Constitution and the Concordat172
C.
Status of Church and Religion as Provided in the New Constitution176
A. II. Postwar Laws and Decrees Affecting the Church
B.
General Survey179
C. Laws and Decrees Preceding the Decree on Freedom of Conscience and Religion of August 5, 1949
1.
Recognition Granted to Denominations Other than Catholic182
2.
Marriage and Divorce182
3.
Church Property185
4.
The Duty of Clergymen to Keep Special Books for Income Tax Purposes186
5.
Religious Instruction in Schools187
D.
Decree of August 5, 1949 on Freedom of Conscience and Religion188
E. Developments Immediately Preceding the Agreement of April 14, 1950
1. The Case of "Caritas"190
2. Nationalization of Church Land194
F. Agreement of April 14, 1950, Concluded Between the Representatives of the Polish Government and the Roman Catholic Episcopate of Poland
1.
Attempt at a"Concordat on a Lower Level"197

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