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President of ‘God – Honour – Homeland’

Editorial board

Lech Kaczynski would be only 61 on 18 June 2010 but he had a very beautiful, patriotic biography: President of the Republic of Poland (2005-2010), Mayor of the City of Warsaw (2002-2005), Minister of Justice and the Public Prosecutor General (2000-2001), President of the Supreme Chamber of Control (1992-95). »

Now the whole world will hear about Katyn

Czeslaw Ryszka

Exactly 70 years ago at the site of the Katyn genocide, the place where the flower of the Polish nation was murdered, the plane crash happened and the flower of the Polish politicians »

Great tragedy, great mourning, great prayer

Milena Kindziuk, Andrzej Tarwid

The plane crash at Smolensk shows how fragile human life is, how insignificant all quarrels are. As a nation we faced an examination. Why God? In Poland time stopped on 10 April 2010. The flags on state buildings were lowered to half-staff. »

He was with his countrymen till the end

Lukasz Ryszka

President Ryszard Kaczorowski was almost a peer of the restored Poland (born in the year 1918). He was born in Bialystok on 26 November 1919. He belonged to the gentry, having the Jelita coat of arms. »

Waiting for the President of the Republic of Poland

Boguslaw Kowalski

Things began as usual. The day before the main celebrations a special train with the war veterans, members of the Katyn Families, scouts and soldiers left Warsaw. »

They served till the end

Archbishop Jozef Michalik

Every unexpected tragedy, every sudden death is a shock for relatives. The victims of this crash included the President of the Republic of Poland, the last Polish President in Exile, the Field Bishop of the Polish Army, many people »

Politics is a show

Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Prof. Zdzislaw Krasnodebski about the way politicians manage to control Poles’ emotions.

How to talk to children about... ‘I’m sorry’ and apologising

Elzbieta Lozinska

Working in a nursery school I often face the dilemma: should we force children to say ‘I’m sorry’? I myself feel awkward when (as a rule because of lack of time) »

Hostile actions against Poles in Belarus

Czeslaw Ryszka

The attacks of Lukashenko’s regime against the Polish minority in Belarus have continued. On 8 February 2020 the Belarusian militia and bailiffs entered the Polish Community House in Ivyenets. »

Is parity a good thing?

Maria Bobowska

Recently we have quite often heard the word ‘parity’. Especially feminists like it. it is worth looking at their demands concerning the project of a gender parity bill. »

Gagging the truth about killing

Jan Maria Jackowski

A group of celebrities has written an open letter to the government to limit the access to the exhibition that shows the true picture of killing the unborn children. »

Two worlds

Joanna Wolenska-Operacz

Why do girls play house and boys play war in nursery? Is it that people from their births belong to two worlds as far as the physical as well as the psychological and emotional aspects are concerned? No, the differences begin earlier. »

The cat’s out of the bag

Jan Maria Jackowski

On 10 February the European Parliament adopted the resolution on equality between women and men, including the right of women to have easy access to contraception and possibility of abortion. »

The good of the spouses as the purpose of marriage

Fr Wojciech Goralski

The reflection of Vatican Council II concerning marriage let the Council Fathers realise that apart from the procreational-educational dimension (procreation and education of offspring) marriage has also a personalistic dimension, serving the spouses themselves. »

Poles do not read books...

Katarzyna Woynarowska

A statistical Pole reads books because he is forced to do that or reads for entertainment. 50% of Poles do not feel the need to read books at all. Only – as many as – the remaining part is interested in reading books. »

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