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Terror of political correctness and a caricature of tolerance

Czeslaw Ryszka

The Italian philosopher and MEP Rocco Buttiglione warns, ‘Currently, there is a terror of political correctness and caricature of tolerance in Europe.’ And at the same time he appeals to politicians to reflect while voting bills against the family. »

Credit unions – Profitably! Safely! Humanly!"

Mariusz Ksiazek

This was the motto of the 19th National Conference of the Cooperative Savings and Credit Unions, held on 13-14 June 2011. This time it was Wroclaw that hosted the conference participants. »

The idea of cooperative movement in Poland

Rev. Msgr. Ireneusz Skubis talks to Grzegorz Bierecki, President of Poland's National Association of Cooperative Savings & Credit Unions (SKOK).

Cold war on remembrance

Wiesława Lewandowska talks to Prof. Wojciech Materski about the Russian and Polish prisoners of the 1920 war, Stalin's hatred and the need of the myth of anti-Katyn.

Time for European solidarity

Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Jaroslaw Sellin, MP, about the Polish presidency of the EU Council, the mysterious and opposing priorities as well as the shameful matters and smuggling of national interests.

Big sweeping under the carpet

Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Dr. Zbigniew Kuzmiuk about the public debt, mechanisms of creative accounting, financial pillow and Hungarian solutions.

In the school of the new Blessed

Archbishop Jozef Michalik

John Paul II loved his and our priesthood. He was eager to ordain priests, which many of us experienced being built up by his extraordinary kindness. »

A beating heart corpse

Mateusz Wyrwach talk to Fr Jacek Maria Norkowski, a Dominican who holds a PhD in medicine.

The whole Poland followed his coffin

Fr Ireneusz Skubis

The Great Primate of Poland Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski died on 28 May 1981. It was a big loss for the Polish nation that was still under the communist pressure. Cardinal Wyszynski was one of those personalities that were the support for Poland and Poles. »

To seminary after studies

Andrzej Tarwid

In recent years the number of candidates for priesthood and religious orders has decreased slightly. However, more and more people finish secular studies before entering theological seminaries. »

Intercessor of deep faith

Fr Pawel Rozpiatkowski

What do the Polish practising Catholics most frequently pray for through the intercession of John Paul II? Most of all, they pray for deepening their faith and also for love and harmony in families. »

Rooted in Christ

Agnieszka Chadzinska

It was the 75th jubilee National Academic Pilgrimage to Jasna Gora. 'We are arriving here, we, rectors, professors, academic staff, students and priests, as part of the big tradition of pilgrimages of academic communities to You, Mother and Queen,' were the words of Bishop Marek Jedraszewski, delegate of the Polish Bishops' Conference for Academic Pastoral Ministry, directed to the participants of the pilgrimage during the Jasna Gora Appeal on 7 May 2011. »

Are we facing the threat of a war against Christianity?

Fr Marek Luczak

The left has always had the mottos of modernity in public life. A careful reading of the programme of the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) leaves no doubts whatsoever: it does not speak about modernity but paradoxically, it breathes that thinking of several decades ago. »

The truth about the Polish-Jewish relationships

Fr Mariusz Boguszewski talks to Edward Kopowka and Fr Pawel Rytel-Andrianik, the authors of the book "Dam im imie na wieki (Ksiega Izajasza 56, 5)". Polacy z okolic Treblinki ratujacy Zydow" [Imperishable name will I give them (Is 56:5). Poles from the vicinity of Treblinka saving Jews].

Before the US President's visit to Poland

Jozef Szaniawski

In the history of the Polish-American relationships there were presidents who did not care for Poland. There was also Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who gave Poland to Stalin in 1945. And it is not true that Roosevelt sold Poland in Yalta since he gave it to Russia for free. »

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