POLISH CHAPLAIN RETURNS FROM THE STATES Mgr. Zygmunt Kaczynski, chaplain to the Polish President and member of the Polish National Council, returned to England from the United States by military aeroplane last week.
Mgr. Kaczynski left for America in March, together with General Sikorski, and spent two months there. During his stay he Visited the chief centres of Polish settlement in the United States.
Mgr. Kaczynski had talks with Mgr. Mooney, Archbishop of Detroit, Mgr. Spellman, Archbishop of New York, Mgr. Stritch, Archbishop of Chicago, and other bishops. Everywhere great understanding and sympathy were shown for the Polish cause, and recently the American Episcopate sent food, clothing and medicaments to the value of 100,000 dollars to the Polish people in Soviet Russia.
In his talks and mess interviews Mgr. Kaczynski also emphasised the heroic conduct of the people of Great Britain during the raids of 1940 and 1941, the great efforts made by the Government and the British people in the fight against Germany, the brotherhood in arms and friendship between the Polish and British troops.
From his experiences in America Mgr, Kaczynski came to the conclusion that. the 'peat majority of the clergy and the people of America completely support the work of President Roosevelt, regard him as the leader of the nation, and believe that under his splendid guidance America and the Allies will gain the victory and assure the word lasting peace and security.