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A MEDIA COLONIZATION OF POLITICS

Wiesława Lewandowska talks with Jarosław Sellin about an old propaganda of a success in the new edition, cabaret publicity and sources of ‘an industry of contempt’

A CONFERENCE OF RIDICULED SCIENTISTS

ARTUR STELMASIAK

If facts do not match the theory, it is worse for the facts – this paraphrase of Helg’s words shows best the state of a debate of Smoleńsk. Each scientific fact questioning the official version of the catastrophe is ridiculed »

IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONVICT SOMEBODY WITH A WORD

FR. JANUSZ GORAJ SDB

Cardinal Joseph Bernardin who, in November 1993, was accused of sexual harassment of a former cleric of a seminary, confessed: ‘The simple truth was included in a few words: I have never done what I have been accused of’. However, it turned out that the archbishop of Chicago fell a victim of a deliberate allegation. »

CONSERVATIVES ARE BLOCKING ABORTION IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

MIROSŁAW PIOTROWSKI

In the European Parliament in Strasburg, to the request of our group of European Conservatives and Reformers a possibility of voting was blocked, concerning the report on reproductive and sexual health. It is a rare case because pro-abortion lobby in this Chamber is owned by the majority. »

THE NEWEST METHOD OF A FIGHT WITH THE CHURCH UNDER THE MOTTO OF A FIGHT AGAINST PEDOPHILIA

FR. JERZY KRUKOWSKI

In the recent years in the USA and countries of the Western Europe (especially in Ireland), there appeared a phenomenon of aggression towards the Catholic Church in a form of a wave of accusations, as if priests were the culprits of crimes of sexual character in a form of harassment of the underage »

THE PRIMATE WYSZYŃSKI AT VATICANUM II

FR. JACEK KAPUŚCIŃSKI

Pope John Paul II wrote in his testament: ‘Standing at the threshold of the third millennium ‘in medio Ecclesiae’, I want to express gratitude to the Holy Spirit once again for the great gift of the Second Vatican Council, whose debtor I feel with the whole Church, especially the Episcopate. I am sure that generations will have this wealth for a long time, which this Council of the XX century gave us. »

POLAND IN THE EYES OF THE PRIMATE

Fr. Inf. Ireneusz Skubiś talks with archbishop Józef Kowalczyk about the world significance of the Church in Poland, a legal aspect of the so-called collective responsibility and the need of helping people become aware of the old method of the action of the prince of the darkness

SALT OF THE LAND

COMPULSORY LESSONS OF ATHEISM

JAN MARIA JACKOWSKI

The government of the Green Island decided that in Ireland compulsory lessons of atheism would be introduced in schools from the following year. This is the first country in the world which introduces atheism into the compulsory school curriculum. »

WILL THE POLISH SEYM SAVE LITTLE CHILDREN?

ARTUR STELMASIAK

Collected signatures under the referendum request about educational duty for six-year-olds raised a fervent discussion in the Seym. A million of citizens are facing big arrogance and insolence of the authority »

A PROHIBITION OF A DISCUSSION ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY?

ARTUR STELMASIAK

An amendment project of the so-called anti-discrimination act is a danger for the freedom of speech in Poland. It is to be a ‘legal hammer’ for those who are criticizing homosexual lobby »

A NECESSARY DEFENCE OF INDEPENDENT EXPERTS

ADAM KWIATKOWSKI

An attack on the experts of the Parliamentary Team which, under the leadership of Antoni Macierewicz is investigating the causes of the Smoleńsk air crash, is an incredible scandal. The prominent scientists of indisputable scientific achievements and recognition in their environment are presented as incompetent people whose participation in investigating the circumstances of the air crash is a big misunderstanding. »

FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE EDITOR MAREK SAWICKI, A THEOLOGIAN AND AUTHOR OF ‘GAZETA WYBORCZA – NIEDZIELA’

UNJUSTIFIED ACCUSATION MAY KILL

JANUSZ WOJCIECHOWSKI

A few dozen people innocently accused of pedophilia, one of them committed a suicide in custody…It was so in France and it can be so in Poland »

HUNGARY IS INDICATING A ROAD

JERZY ROBERT NOWAK

In October it is another anniversary of the Hungarian Uprising (23 October – 10 November 1956), the biggest freedom spurt against the supremacy of the Soviets in Middle-Eastern Europe. This uprising had a very strong relation with Polish matter in the beginning. »

GIVING A SUITABLE WORD TO THINGS

ANNA JANKOWSKA

Another meeting with the Readers of ‘Niedziela’ which took place in the aula of the editorial office on 14 October this year, differed from others with the fact that the chief editor, Fr. inf. Ireneusz Skubiś, who has always had a role of a host, this time took a role as an author invited to present his books. »

IT WAS A FAREWELL TO AN INMATE

MATEUSZ WYRWICH

Private cars were joining taxis one by one. At the dissecting-room, the funeral procession consisted of a several dozen cars. Just behind the hospital gate – a few hundred. When a hearse with the body of the Priest was leaving the boundaries of the city, the funeral procession was over 4 km long. »

Editor: Tygodnik Katolicki "Niedziela", ul. 3 Maja 12, 42-200 Czestochowa, Polska
Editor-in-chief: Lidia Dudkiewicz • Translation: Aneta Amrozik • E-mail: redakcja@niedziela.pl