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Office Editorial of Sunday

ST. JAN BERCHMANS A SIGN OF UNITY AND HOPE

BEATA PIECZYKURA

Belgium, Poland, USA. What connects these countries? An unknown saint? St. Jan Berchmans. A patron of a parish in Belgium and Poland. It was him who connected them with friendship. After years it turned out that its glow did not go out »

A CEMETERY OF POPES

WŁODZIMIERZ RĘDZIOCH

In the beginning of the 4th century the emperor Constantine ordered to build a basilica on the Vatican Hills because here there was a grave of St. Peter. »

Remarks by George Weigel

George Weigel at the Europa Christi Congress: For John Paul II, the truth about a nation’s history was an important part of the vibrant public moral culture that was the key to a flourishing free society in the twenty-first century. »

SO THAT THE WORLD WOULD REMEMBER ABOUT THE POLISH POPE

My purpose was to reach to readers living in various parts of the world. This is a book about life of Karol Wojtyła, about his acting work, about his literary works – so about this activity of the Polish pope which still remains unknown to many people. »

A MAN OF PROPHETIC THOUGHTS

Fr. Mariusz Frukacz talks with Fr. Dr. Bogusław Kozioł TChr – a vice –postulator in the beatification process of cardinal August Hlond »

EUROPE, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH YOUR BAPTISM?

Anna Janowska talks with Fr. Inf. Ireneusz Skubiś – a founder and moderator of the ‘Europa Christi’ movement »

PURPOSE: DIVIDE, BRING INTO CONFLICT AND DESTROY

Michał Karnowski

A great political change of the year 2015 had a lot of reasons, beginning with a well-organized group of Jarosław Kaczyński, to cynical destroying the team of Donald Tusk. »

UNHOLY INDIGNATION

Mirosław Piotrowski

Euro-maniacs have become too self-confident. This time seriously. »

THE ISSUE OF DAMAGES FOR POLAND IS NOT CLOSED

Mateusz Wyrwich talks with an MP Arkadiusz Mularczyk – the chairman of the Parliamentary Team for Estimating the Amount of Damages owed to Poland from German for harms done during the Second World War »

POPE WHO NEVER DIES

A journalist of the Polish television TVP talks with cardinal Krzysztof Tadej

40 years ago – on 16 October 1978 cardinal Karol Wojtyła became pope. The first successor of the Holy See after 455 years, who did not come from Italy (since the times of Hadrian VI, a Dutch man whose pontificate lasted in the years 1522 – 23). Cardinal Stanisław Dziwisz, the former metropolitan of Cracow and the personal secretary of John Paul II , tells us about those unusual, historic moments »

I THANK GOD FOR LIFE

A journalist of the Polish Television , Krzysztof Tadej, talks with the captain Jerzy Makuła

Jerzy Makula is one of the best pilots in the history of Polish aviation. He has been the champion on acrobatics seven times, has won a silver medal in this category four times and has been the team champion eight times. »

ST. JOHN PAUL II A PATRON AND PRECURSOR OF NEW EUROPE

Fr. Ireneusz Skubiś interviews cardinal Stanisław Dziwisz

The ‘Europa Christi’ movement is a great proposition for Poland and the Old Continent. This new initiative is gaining more and more support and is becoming a work which may awaken Europe and remind its citizens of nostalgia for spiritual values which are growing out of Christian roots. »

40 YEARS OF A FIGHT FOR LIFE

Włodzimierz Rędzioch talks with Carlo Casini – a legendary Italian pro-life activist

Carlo Casini is a real legend for pro-life activists. Over 40 years ago this attorney from Florence established the first Italian Movement for Life, whose the honourable chairman he is at present »

13TH RUN COMMEMORATING MARTYRS OF THE MARTIAL LAW COMPLETED

On 13 – 14 September 2018 there was the 13th run pilgrimage commemorating the chaplain of Solidarity – beatified Fr. Jerzy Popiełuszko and nine miners who were killed by militia bullets at the beginning of the martial law. »

AN UNUSUAL SCHOOL

Wiesława Lewandowska talks with Ewa Petrykiewicz about the lack of support for repatriation by education and existential problems of a school for Poles from the East »

DEUTSCHLAND, DEUTSCHLAND UBER ALLES

Jan Maria Jackowski

There appeared chemistry in diplomatic relations between Poland and Germany when the controversial chief of the Foundation Open Dialogue, a citizen of Ukraine – Lyudmyla Kozlovska was invited to Bundestag. »

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Editor-in-chief: Lidia Dudkiewicz • E-mail: redakcja@niedziela.pl