WARSZAWA, Poland (CBSNewYork) — New personal letters reveal an intimate relationship between Pope John Paul II and a woman.

According to 350 letters found at the National Library of Poland, the pope had a close relationship with a married woman for over 30 years starting in 1973.

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There is no suggestion he broke his vow of celibacy with Polish born, American philosopher and writer Anna- Teresa Tymieniecka.

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The two spent camping and skiing holidays together and went on country walks.

Only the pope’s letters have been released, her’s were being kept secret.

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