In a ruling that Church leaders are calling a serious infringement of
freedom of speech, a Polish judge has accused the Archdiocese of
Katowice and the priest-editor of their Catholic weekly newspaper of
comparing a woman who sought an abortion to the Nazis, and has ordered
them to publish a court-dictated apology.

Judge Ewa Solecka, further, fined the Gosc Niedzielny (Sunday Visitor)
paper $11,000, objecting to comments from editor-in-chief Fr. Marek
Gancarczyk that she deemed offensive, such as his statement that in
seeking to get an abortion, the woman sought to