John Paul II
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 »
Who thinks that everything has already been written about pilgrimages of John Paul II, is wrong. The photographic query in December in the Museum of John Paul II and the Primate Wyszyński in Wilanów in Warsaw brought an astonishing result. »
Fr. Inf. Ireneusz Skubiś talks with the Pope’s photographer – Arturo Mari
A special guest – the Pope’s photographer has paid a visit to ‘Niedziela’ editorial office recently. Fr. Inf. Ireneusz Skubiś talks to Arturo Mari.
Włodzimierz Rędzioch talks to Maria Bucci
On a beautiful autumn day I am in Castel Gandolfo, sitting on a terrace in a ‘Bucci’ restaurant. A magnificent view stretches from here to the Albanian lake situated lower, whose dark waters reflect the greenery of forests growing on its banks and fugitive clouds. »
Fr Ireneusz Skubis
We are returning from the Eternal City with joy and satisfaction but also with reflection. We are returning after the wonderful events that are testimonies of great faith, love and hope of the Polish Pope John Paul II, a universal shepherd who was raised to the altars. »
Rev. Msgr. Ireneusz Skubis talks to Cardinal Jozef Glemp, Senior Primate of Poland, about the life of John Paul II and his service to Christ's Church. Warsaw, 12 April 2011.
Lidia Dudkiewicz talks to Rev. Msgr. Slawomir Oder, postulator in the beatification process of John Paul II
Fr Ireneusz Skubis
We turn to You in a special moment when the Church is solemnly honouring You, declaring You 'Blessed,' thus confirming Your perfect life in God and strengthening our faith in the possibility of achieving salvation. You always were our authority. When we read about Your life: childhood, youth, beginnings of priesthood and then shepherding as bishop, we know You always made us admire Your wisdom, love and humility as well as a proper attitude towards various matters, many a time relieving the inflated balloon of human images and opinions by Your humour. »