Poles in the world

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Polonia – a sleeping giant

Henryk Pawelec from the Patriotic Discussion Club talks to Professor Jerzy Robert Nowak.

Are the Polish immigrants the hope of the British Church?

Dorota Bawolek

Before Christmas the Catholic Church in Great Britain buzzed when Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor encouraged Poles to a bigger co-operation with the British Church, which provoked sharp controversy. »

Visiting the Salesians of St John Bosco in Stockholm

Fr Ireneusz Skubis and Lidia Dudkiewicz talk to Rev. Marian Chojnacki, SDB, the Rector of the Polish Catholic Mission in Stockholm.

Sweden as seen from ‘Niedziela’

Lidia Dudkiewicz

Last week ‘Niedziela’ devoted three columns to Sweden. Among other things we published an interview with a Polish priest who had lived in Sweden for many years. »

Looking at Sweden

Fr Ireneusz Skubis and Lidia Dudkiewicz talk to Rev. Dr. Mariusz Chamarczuk, SDB, Superior of the Polish Salesian Community in Sweden.

From the promised land ... to the gutter?

Dominik Jabs

Those young Polish women and men, who have succeeded in earning their living, but began with a small amount of money, choose share accommodation. This is a challenge to priests. ‘Although one can be surprised by the number of Polish new immigrants who attend Mass in London’, notices Fr Krzysztof Tyliszczak. »

Building bridges

Fr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Fr Janusz Lipski and Fr Aleksander Ozog about their pastoral ministries in America and Great Britain.

My adventure with Domeyko

Anna Cichoblazinska talks to Prof. Zdzislaw Jan Ryn, the former Polish Ambassador to Chile and Bolivia, and a biographer of Ignacy Domeyko.

We miss you, we long for Poland

Katarzyna Woynarowska

The Polish people from Smolensk used to come and pray in the cemetery where a Catholic priest had lived for seven years in a tomb. Then the Polish House was created in a private house. Today the Catholic parish in Smolensk has 550 souls. »

The place of the French immigration in Poland's history

Fr Jan Robakowski

The Polish Catholic Mission in France has been closely connected with the history of our nation. It was founded 170 years ago, on 17 February 1836. »

Thinking about Polish Londoners

Fr Ireneusz Skubis

The contemporary Polish immigrants 'for bread' often embrace 'religiously poor' people, without any knowledge of the catechism, people who require special pastoral care, which is being provided in Polish churches. »

Christ Fathers to Polish Migrants

Monsignor Ireneusz Skubis talks to Fr Zbigniew Rakiej, Vicar General of the Society of Christ Fathers to Polish Migrants

O God, help Polonia!

Fr George Lech Tyc

The Church of our Lady of Czestochowa in London celebrates its 75th anniversary of ministry to Polonia (Polish émigré population) in England. It is the official church of the Polish Catholic Mission in London, which was created in 1894. »

Coins to mark the Jasna Gora Jubilee

On 24 August the National Bank of Poland put into circulation coins with the following face value: 20 zloty, struck in proof finish silver and 2 zloty, struck in proof finish in Nordic Gold, to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the Jasna Gora defence. »

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Editor-in-chief: Fr Jaroslaw Grabowski • E-mail: redakcja@niedziela.pl