Henryk Muszyński (20 March 1933–) is the Primate Emeritus of Poland and former archbishop of Gniezno, Poland, having been appointed by Pope John Paul II when the Polish hierarchy was reorganized in March 1992. He had previously been Bishop of Włocławek since 1987.
- Both Jews and Poles were victims of Nazi ideology. Both suffered. But because both live without any contact with the other, they are fully aware of their own suffering but not of the other.
- 'Both Jews and Poles Were Victims of Nazi Ideology' (9 March 1991)
- The competition of suffering which occurs here is incomprehensible to outsiders. For so many years, we were on the same side as victims, faced by the same oppressors. Perhaps the positive good which has emerged from this painful experience will create a basis for dialogue with the passage of time.
- Dilemma of the Auschwitz Crosses (8 November 1998)