Mateusz Wyrwach talk to Fr Jacek Maria Norkowski, a Dominican who holds a PhD in medicine.
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. »
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. »
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. »
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].
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. »
The fall of the 'orange' camp did not end the struggle concerning the geopolitical situation of Ukraine on Europe's map. The rivalry was transferred from the political to the economic platform. The authorities in Kiev are negotiating with Brussels about the possibility to sign an association agreement and access to the Free Trade Zone. »
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Antoni Macierewicz, MP, about fog, disinformation, reliability of the investigation of the evidence and the instructions of the Ulyanovsk School, i.e., about the laborious but effective way to discover the truth about the Smolensk plane crash.
Archbishop Slawoj Leszek Głodz accused the ruling party of making propaganda of success. 'One should neither hide the truth nor run away from it nor manipulate it fearing that the opinion polls will be unfavourable,' the Metropolitan of Gdansk warned the party. He celebrated Mass in St Mary's Basilica in Gdansk on the Feast of Mary, Queen of Poland and the anniversary of the Third of May Constitution. »