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THE DOOR OF FAITH

Fr. IRENEUSZ SKUBIŚ

One of the ancient authors wondered who were the Christians. He meant the believers of Jesus Christ who had lived in the Roman society, had their ordinary functions but also created a group distinguishing in this society. They were people of the so-called class, well-educated, friendly to others, following the commandment of love to God and their neighbor. Ordinary people but unusual. People living with God, taking the teaching of Gospel and the commandments of Jesus Christ very thoroughly and praying to Him. »

A PRICE OF POLISHNESS

DIONIZY SIMSON

I decided to claim for the remembrance of my murdered compatriots. They were very badly hurt because they had been forgotten. I think that we should write our history on our own and not wait for Vladimir Putin, Jan Tomasz Gross or Erika Steinbach to write it. We do not have a reason to confess repentantly to anybody and we can write a white book of losses and the contribution of the Polish nation in the defeat of totalitarisms of the XX century ourselves. »

PAPAL MEDALS FOR STEFAN STULIGROSZ AND ENNIO MORRICONE

The world famous musicians and composers professor Stefan Stuligrosz and Ennio Morricone – the first one after death – were honored with the papal medal ‘Per Artem ad Deum’ (Through art to God) during a solemn concert which took place on 29 September in an exhibition hall of Fairs in Kielce. The medals were given personally by the chairman of the Papal Council for Culture cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi. »

POLAND IS WAKING UP

ARTUR STELMASIAK

A several thousand people took part in a march called ‘Poland, wake up!’. On 29 September this year, in Warsaw streets, they were protesting against the bad policy of the government, increasing the age of retirement of Poles, and, first of all, they were demanding the respect of the freedom of speech and granting the digital concession to the Television Trwam »

TO KILL OR TREAT?

CZESŁAW RYSZKA

Too many parliamentarians have maintained the attitude of Pilate – they are washing their hands of the problem, considering themselves as guardians of a compromise, approving of the so-called smaller evil »

THE VICTORY OF OUR LADY OF ROSARY NEAR LEPANTO

JERZY WACŁAWSKI

Facing the real danger of the XVI-century Europe divided by inner conflicts from the spreading Islam, the Pope Pius V undertook attempts aiming at creating a coalition of Christian countries, able to oppose the Turkish invasion. He sent parliamentarians to particular rulers with a mission of creating the common united front of actions. »

A CALL FOR PEACE FROM MIECHÓW

AGNIESZKA DZIARMAGA

A call for peace in the world, for stopping any discrimination for religious reasons, promoting the Holy Land and historical Miechów – were a message of the Second Day of Jerusalem. Dignitaries of the Knights’ Order of Holy Se-
pulchre in Jerusalem, dames and cavaliers of the Order from Poland, Europe and America, canonists from Miechów, pilgrims and tourists were praying together, getting to know one another and participating in festivities and concerts organized on this occasion on 15-16 September this year in Miechów, called as ‘Polish Jerusalem’ for this reason. »

THEY WERE DYING LIKE SAINT PEOPLE

Fr. JAN KRAWIEC

It has been 70 years recently since the death of guillotined five heroic youngest Polish martyrs because of hatred towards faith on 24 September 1942, in the evening hours, in a hard prisoner in Drezno. »

A TALK IN THE THRESHOLD OF THE YEAR OF FAITH

Fr. Inf. Ireneusz Skubiś talks with archbishop Józef Michalik – a metropolitan of Przemyśl, the chairman of Polish Episcopal Conference

AN ADVERTISEMENT IS A LEVER OF TRADE

Fr. Inf. Ireneusz Skubiś talks with the chairman of the National Credit Unions Grzegorz Bierecki

WHAT GOVERNMENT, SUCH AN EXAM

ARTUR STELMASIAK

How can one draw conclusions on the causes of the Smolensk catastrophe if it turns out that we are not certain whom we buried in coffins soldered by the Russians? »

SHADOWS OF MONEY – A SOCIOLOGIST ‘IS READING’ ECONOMY

ANDRZEJ ZYBERTOWICZ

The Polish country is unclear for itself, and the management of the country does not have a map of key interests, essential for action for the sake of the common welfare. Why this evaluation? »

POLISH FOREST AT JASNA GÓRA AND BRUSSELS

JAN SZYSZKO

On 22 September this year Polish foresters will have arrived to Częstochowa for the 16th time in order to thank Our Lady of Jasna Góra for a year of fruitful work for God, Homeland and its inhabitants »

SERVING THROUGH A WORD, TEACHING TO KEEP SILENT

ANNA WYSZYŃSKA

Workers and readers of the Catholic weekly ‘Sunday’ were making a pilgrimage to Jasna Góra under the motto ‘I believe in One God’. The pilgrimage took place on Saturday on 15 September, on the eve of Sunday of Mass Media, therefore its essence included the Message of the Holy Father Benedict XVI, published on this occasion, under the significant title ‘Silence and word as a way of evangelisation’ »

BETRAYED BY ALLIES

CZESŁAW RYSZKA

Documents prove that till the collapse of the Soviet Union, the governments of the USA were defending themselves against the official acknowledgement of the soviet responsibility for Katyń »

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