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HOW MUCH MONEY HAS THE CHURCH GOT?

Milena Kindziuk

The issues of financing the Church and salaries of priests are still raising emotions. And many environments have been repeating the myth about the wealth of priests for years. The report of the Catholic Information Agency shows what truth on this issue is. »

THE POLISH GOVERNMENT WITH ITS EYES FIXED AT ZAPATERO?

The announced reduction of military chaplains by half is a kind of the policy of Zapatero – thinks Archbishop Sławoj Leszek Głódź. In the interview with the Catholic Information Agency the Metropolitan of Gdansk expresses his opinion that the words of the Prime Minister Tusk concerning the matter of chaplains in the Polish army threaten the relations between the State and the Church. The long-time Military Bishop of the Polish Army announces that the matter will be discussed during the planned discussions in the mid of March by the Common Commission of the Government and Episcopate. »

CRACKED INFRASTRUCTURE

The unfulfilled promises, rejected projects, accessibility to highways and parameters of asphalt mixture and intellectual vanity of the government are discussed in the interview between Wiesława Lewandowska and the parliamentarian Jerzy Polaczek

IBERTARIAN, ATHEISTIC AND FREEMASON’S ENVIRONMENTS

Jan Maria Jackowski

The president of the Polish Episcopal Conference archbishop Józef Michalik wrote in the apostolic letter in the beginning of the Lent: ‘We see how the attack on the Church is planned by libertarian, atheistic and freemason’s environments today. Liberal television stations and newspapers are attacking the Church as well. Even governmental institutions, allegedly promoting pluralism of media, have discriminated the Catholic television recently – which fortunately – awakens the consciousness of the society’. »

HUNGARIAN MIRROR

Witold Dudziński

When Viktor Orban was taking over authority, it was known that it was not going to be easy. But the hysteria and its consequences which appeared around Hungary nobody had been able to foresee. It is a lesson for us as well: it shows what the European Unions really looks like. »

FREEMASONRY PRESENT IN POLAND

Fr. Andrzej Zwoliński

Pope Klemens XII was the first to condemn freemasonry. He forbade the Catholics to belong to freemasonry or cooperate it, under the threat of ecclesiastical excommunication. »

AN OPEN LETTER IN THE DEFENCE OF ‘BARABASH’

Dear editors! Like David fighting against Goliat, we are fighting against the powerful machine of environment of ‘Electoral Newspaper’ which in the Kielce edition allowed for another acute attack on the legendary partisan leader of the detachment of the National Army ‘Wybranieccy’, acting in Świętokrzyskie Mountains during the Second World War – colonel Marian Soltysiak, nicknamed ‘Barabash’. »

HAJRA MAGYARORSZAG! HAJRA ORBAN! (MOVE FORWARD HUNGARY, MOVE FORWARD ORBAN)

Mateusz Wyrwich talks with Jan Pospieszalski – a TV journalist and publicist and one of few Polish journalists who have carried out interviews with the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban

SKETCHES OF SMOLEŃSK

Wiesława Lewandowska talks with Antoni Macierewicz about three pillars of propaganda vision of the Smolensk catastrophe, monopolizing contacts with the Russians and ‘nominating’ an accredited.

The catastrophe of an armoured birch tree

The necessity of a new approach to investigate the Smoleńsk tragedy and a probable hypothesis of causation by the ‘third person’ are discussed between Wiesława Lewandowska and Antoni Macierewicz.

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