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FIGHTING BACK FOR HISTORY

Wieława Lewandowska talks with dr. Andrzej Anusz about the role of politics in passing historical truth and a process of regaining history for the society »

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND DIFFICULT DAY

MONIKA ROGOZIŃSKA

You have betrayed us! – my sons shouted when I told them the news. I am not going to be at the Christmas eve supper. I am going to Pakistan on a winter journey to Nanga Parbat 1997/98 as a correspondent for ‘Rzeczpospolita’ newspaper. »

CHILDREN OF TARGOWICA

MICHAŁ KARNOWSKI

During eight governing years of the coalition the Civic Platform party and The Polish People’s Alliance, vectors of propaganda of these formations and media favouring them (about 95 per cent of information) changed quite frequently. »

WHERE ARE THOSE SLANDERERS TODAY?

MICHAŁ KARNOWSKI

This is a far history but some people remember it. In 2006 the Civic Platform published a collection of sheets of paper which was called ‘A report on public media’ . in fact it was a false denunciation on those few journalists who, thanks to a created gap in the media system, found a possibility of cooperating with the Polish Television and the Polish Radio. »

NATALIA, THE DAUGHTER OF CZESŁAW

GRZEGORZ GÓRNY

Natalia Niemen is an unusual person in the Polish show-business. She speaks about herself: ‘First I am the goddess of home, family, a housewife, wife and mother, and later an artist’. »

POLES IN CONTEMPORARY KAZAKHSTAN

KS. ANDRZEJ ZWOLIŃSKI

Beatification of Fr. Władysław Bukowiński on 11 September 2016 has been the first ceremony in history of Kazakhstan. It closed a kind of a chapter in the history of this country and opened another one. »

DO NOT KILL

MIROSŁAW PIOTROWSKI

Where life is not protected, life from the conception till the natural death, democracy of death is being organized. However, first it is necessary to stifle and kill one’s own conscience »

ADOPTED CHILD, ADOPTED DOG

AGNIESZKA PORZEZIŃSKA

Speaking about ‘adoption’ in reference to animals, distorts the truth about human relationships because it deprives them of their exceptionality which results from human ability of building relations based on consciously accepted and voluntarily reciprocated love »

LET’S PASS OVER THE TRUTH TO ONE ANOTHER

Agnieszka Porzezińska talks with Fr. Marek Dziewiecki, a psychologist, and a therapist about the social campaign of the LGBT organization, supported by representatives of Catholic groups of newspapers ‘Znak’, Więź’ and ‘Tygodnik Powszechny’ »

REPORTS ON SMOLEŃSK ARE FALSE

ARTUR STELMASIAK

Practically there has not been an investigation about the catastrophe at Smoleńsk, and findings of Miller’s commission and procurators were to be adjusted to Russian findings. Such terrifying conclusions come from documents revealed by a sub-commission of Smoleńsk »

LOVE TO ENEMIES, JOY OF PRIESTHOOD

TADEUSZ SZYMA

These two short and very significant phrases can briefly present the spiritual attitude of Fr. Władysław Bukowiński, a new Polish beatified priest, in a film which was broadcast on 11 September 2016 on TVP1, on the day of beatification. »

HYPOCRITICAL SOCIAL CAMPAIGN OF LGBT

TOMASZ MUSIAŁ

‘Let’s pass the sign of peace to one another’ – these words taken from the liturgy of the Holy Mass were used as a motto in an odd social campaign, finansed with much odder Money of a foundation belonging to George Soros and aimed at ‘peacemaking’ of homosexual groups with the Church or with the Catholics. One can feel hypocrisy of the whole plan from a distance »

AND THIS IS JUST POLAND

ALINA CZERNIAKOWSKA

One can say that Poland Has Got a reason to be glad, in spite of our various enemies, both the native and foreign ones. John Paul II would say ‘Poland, my Homeland, be glad’. »

AUSCHWITZ….AND LOVE NEVER STOPS

WITOLD IWAŃCZAK

It has been 77 years since the outbreak of the Second World War. For Poles the nightmare lasted nearly 6 years. First fights and bombarding. Later war occupation, poverty, roundups and concentration camps. Omnipresent death, pain and fear did not, however, destroy love »

A DISPUTE ABOUT MEMORY

Wiesława Lewandowska talks with Michał Dworczyk about historical Policy and difficult Polish-Ukrainian relations »

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