Catholic Church in Poland
'Since the whole nation cannot visit her Queen at Jasna Gora the Mother of God will visit all her children, where they live, i.e. in their parishes'- said Cardinal Wyszynski, Primate of Poland, before he made his decision concerning the peregrination of the Miraculous Picture of Our Lady. »
Fr Kazimierz Bednarski
The example of the indomitable life of Fr Edward Sowula warns the young people not to treat the acts of the IPN as the only source of knowledge about people. 'Justice requires us to examine available sources - ask the people in question if they are alive, ask authentic, and not false, witnesses.' »
Rev. Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Metropolitan of Warsaw Archbishop Kazimierz Nycz.
I also belong to the generation of John Paul II. Since all my life I was formed under the pontificate of John Paul II. I think that the young people who grew up during the last ten years of the suffering old Pope can also say that they are the JP2 generation providing they accept the teaching of Pope Wojtyla since this is the condition of belonging to this generation. »
Rev. Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Fr Tadeusz Rydzyk, CSsR, Director of Radio Maryja.
Radio Maryja has the biggest number of listeners among Poles in the country and abroad. It owes this popularity to the 15-year-old constant formation of its listeners, faithfulness to Christian values and Polish culture. Today Radio Maryja is a media concern of a clearly Catholic character. »
One of the most beautiful statues of the Mother of God has had its home in Lesniow for 625 years. People call it 'Tenderly Smiling'. She is the Patroness of Families, those who are happy and those who have problems. Numerous miracles were described in the books of the sanctuary and lots of requests and thanksgiving were recorded. »
Fr Ireneusz Skubis
Reading the papers about the new Warsaw's Archbishop Stanislaw Wielgus many people are shocked and the news makes them giddy. Some journalists state that undoubtedly Archbishop Wielgus was a collaborator of the communist intelligence services, and that he collaborated for many years. He has been most often attacked by relatively young people who have set their caps at Warsaw's prelate and want to destroy him, to humiliate him, and they robbed him of his good name long ago. »
'Niedziela' is a good, reliable paper. I want to express my recognition of the achievements of the weekly, especially its contents, which it presents to the society', said the Primate of Poland Cardinal Jozef Glemp during the presentation of the new graphic design of 'Niedziela', which took place in the Secretariat of the Polish Bishops' Conference in Warsaw in November. »
Rev. Monsignor Ireneusz Skubis talks to Archbishop Marian Golebiewski, Metropolitan of Wroclaw.
Priests realise that their influence on the faithful is limited by their time, rhythm of work and numerous jobs. Catholic press, helping them deepen spiritual life and explaining the complexities of the world that surrounds us, should fill the time they could not dedicate to believers. »
Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Arturo Dreifinger, a Jew who was saved in Poland during the Nazi occupation.
Arturo Dreifinger, a Jew who was saved during the Nazi occupation by Fr Antoni Marchewka, later editor-in-chief of 'Niedziela', came to Poland to collect materials for a book that will be a testimony to the heroism of the Poles who saved Jewish children. »