The Northern Gas Pipeline seems more real
The governments of Sweden, Finland and Denmark consented to have the northern gas pipeline (Nord Stream) built. It is to be located on the bed of the Baltic and connect Russia and Germany. »
Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Prof. William Shea on the occasion of the International Year of Astronomy.
‘No’ to Jesus! ‘Yes’ to Barabbas?
Fr Pawel Rozpiatkowski
Does the crucifix, a sign of love and peace, violate human rights? Yes, it does according to the seven judges of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasburg »
March for Life
Poznan, Lodz, Szczecin or Warsaw… what unites these cities? Oh, many things can be mentioned... and one of them is the March for Life. »
Politically correct Nobel
The American President did not achieve much but he was given the Nobel Peace Prize to the joy of the odd communist dictators (Cuba, Venezuela). The supporters of abortion and privileges for homosexuals rejoice. At last they triumph over the values of the traditional society. »
War anniversaries: an attempt to make conclusions
The time that has elapsed since the war anniversaries lets me make first conclusions. The 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II demanded to remind people of the valid and fundamental truths. »
Let us talk about in vitro fertilisation
Fr Jaroslaw Kwiecien talks to Maria Smereczyńska, a correspondent member of the Pontifical Academy ‘Pro Vita’.
At the beginning of September the special parliamentary commission began working on the projects concerning in vitro fertilisation. Later the projects will be discussed by the Parliament and the Senate. »
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Rev. Prof. Wojciech Bołoz, a bioethicist from the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, about the possibility of bioethical compromise.
In September 2009 several extremely different draft projects of the bioethical bill with its main controversial issue of in vitro fertilisation were sent to the Parliament. »
The price of silence
Summer holidays are almost over. But they were not careless for all people. It is hard to believe how often during the several summer weeks there was news about crimes of anti-Christian hatred in South Korea, Nigeria, Pakistan, India and Cuba. Priests, Catholic activists or simple, poor people, enduring in their faith, have been murdered. »
What is happening to the Polish coal?
We have got used to define this raw material as ‘black gold’. Our coal industry was the basis of our export for many years and our energy security was based on it. »
Politics as echo of history
The biggest success of politics is not lost elections but taking acts and creating institutions that last in spite of lost elections. »
The epic of the shipyards continues
All those who foresaw that the sale of the assets belonging to the shipyards in Szczecin and Gdynia by the mysterious company from the Dutch Antilles heralded further troubles were right. »
Concern for sobriety is concern for life
We recollect the 50th anniversary of the Guidelines of the Polish Bishops’ Conference for the ecclesiastical sobriety activities. The document issued on 17 June 1959 was the foundation of the sobriety pastoral work in Poland. »
Something more than thoughtlessness?
During the recent conference in Prague, organised by the Brussels organs of the European Union, its participants signed a declaration that paved the way for various Jewish organisations to wheedle large sums of money out of Poland. »
Phobia against Christianity
Fr Pawel Rozpiatkowski
Christians are pushed to the social margin. This does not happen in the countries where they are the minority but in the ‘Christian’ countries of the West. Laymen and clergy raise such voices more and more frequently. »
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