This morning there are several stories out there on the 'national crisis' and 'greater accusations' in Poland.
Polish leader: Catholic Church spy scandal is 'national crisis'
In Poland, New Wave of Charges Against Clerics
I don't have a whole lot to say now. The Poles will have to sort it out themselves. Amy Welborn quoted a piece by George Weigel in Newsweek:
The Catholic Church thus has everything to gain by turning the Wielgus affair into an opportunity to deal with the IPN archives in a serious way, making a clean breast of its modern history while helping shape a sophisticated public understanding of the nature of life under totalitarianism—which is already being forgotten among too many Poles (not to mention Westerners). By the same token, Polish Catholicism has a lot to lose, if it does not take the responsibility to tell the full truth about its recent history—and the potential damage reaches far beyond the court of public opinion. For, if every piece of paper in the IPN’s archive is duplicated in Moscow, then the Catholic Church in Poland will be open to blackmail for the foreseeable future, if it does not take the lead in clarifying the truth about its past, with both its glories and failures.