Nations without families have no future
Interview with Marek Jurek, former Speaker of the Polish Parliament and the President of the Right of the Republic.
In this election we want to encourage Poles to vote and not to take votes from some party. We want to give a representation to these Poles for whom the matters of civilisation of life and family rights are most important. »
Let us not be afraid of adoption!
In their letter for Holy Family Sunday the Polish bishops wrote, ‘childlessness remains a mystery that we may understand only on the other side of life. »
Love, support, require
How can one be a good mother in the world rushing to no one knows what? Thousands of women ask this question every day. »
A close look at the European Union
Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Mrs Urszula Krupa, MD and member of the European Parliament.
We know that the European Parliament elections are common (this year they will be on 4-7 June), for all member states, and are conducted in a democratic way. You can of course discuss about democracy. »
Europe: apostasy or faithfulness?
If someone thought that the anti-papal attacks after the remission of the excommunication of the Society of Saint Pius X was only an episode had to change his views quickly. »
I was a Freemason
Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Dr. Maurice Caillet.
Freemasonry, as any other secret organisation, has the aureole of mystery. There are many legends connected with it and it is hard to get trustworthy information about it. »
European Parliament as a new inquisition
Particular parties are gradually revealing their candidates in elections to the European Parliament to be held on 7 June 2009. The Polish Peasants’ Party selected their candidates from among almost only their members. »
To save life
According to the latest data of the World Health Organisation, in the world there is one suicidal attempt every third second and someone commits suicide every 40th second. »
Media bill under the influence of the Treaty of Lisbon
The more we learn about the project of the new media bill, worked out by the Citizen’s Platform and the Democratic Left Alliance, the more convinced we are that this ‘gag bill’ (as it is called now) has been prepared having in mind ‘the new media order’ influenced by the Treaty of Lisbon, that liquidates Poland’s sovereignty. »
Europe: solidarity and its obligations
During the last informal summit of the European Union, José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, stated that such countries as Poland and the Czech Republic ‘have the obligation’ to accept euro because they obliged themselves to do that. »
Stalowa Wola – symbol for workers yesterday and today
Rev. Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Bishop Edward Frankowski of Sandomierz.
In the 1980s I was not a bishop yet. I was a parish priest in Stalowa Wola. It was the time when the country was governed by the powerful communist authorities that decided about all things and aimed at making all things communist. »
Distorted reality in the media
Fr Dariusz Gronowski
I switch on television, watch the news, take a newspaper and begin reading… and I catch hold of my head, horrified. How can they write such nonsense? How can they insult the Pope? »
The problem of beer and the so-called boosters
Will the hooligan rows disappear from sports stadiums? The Senate has passed a bill ‘On security of mass events’, which introduces severe penalty for bringing alcohol to football matches or smuggling pyrotechnic materials and other dangerous things »
Crossroads of geopolitics
Germany revises history
Germany is building the Centre Against Expulsions and the government of Angela Merkel must decide about its board. Chancellor Merkel, thinking about the future election, will have to avoid clear decisions. »
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