Dear Readers of 'Niedziela',
The Archdiocese of Czestochowa has published the Catholic Weekly 'Niedziela' since 1926. At first the circulation of 'Niedziela' was small and distributed only in the diocese till the year 1939. During World War II the weekly was not published. In 1945, after the war it was distributed all over Poland but appeared till 1953 because the communist authorities suspended its publication. The break lasted till 1981. During the period of Solidarity the bishop of Czestochowa succeeded in re-establishing 'Niedziela'. Since then it has been published as the biggest Catholic weekly in Poland and Central-Eastern Europe. 'Niedziela' is read in Poland, Europe and America - practically on every continent. It has an electronic version and read in 111 countries worldwide. For several months the Russian edition, as a summary of our articles, has been published once a month. more...
Office Editorial of Sunday
Over 250 people have participated in a march along the streets of Warsaw in order to pay a tribute to ancestors who had fought for independence of Homeland. It was the most mass event – among all events celebrated on 11 November in the whole history of the Third Republic of Poland – but it hardly failed »
Since the times of marshal Józef Piłsudski there has not been such a great leader of the Polish country like Lech Kaczyński – said president of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda on 10 November 2018, during unveiling a monument of Lech Kaczyński on the square of Piłsudski, in the heart of Warsaw »
A participant in the uprising in January, a soldier, an emigrant, an inventor, an industrialist, a millionaire, a social activist, a patron of the Polish culture and a philanthropist – Erazm Józef Jerzmanowski of the coat of arms Dołęga. A fervent Catholic, honoured with the supreme papal distinction; a friend of St. Brother Albert. He gained at least 22 American patents »
There are issues, events which are difficult to understand, and more difficult to console with. Since the Sunday election, I have had a different look at Warsaw, at passing by people, as if Warsaw stopped being mine, with which I have been related for generations. »
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. »