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Motherhood - continuous adventure

Marta Bilonowicz-Hutna

Being a mother is not easy. Motherhood means huge responsibility and active dedication of your life to another person. It also means watching, organising, setting principles, controlling and always being on the alert. »

Tolerance - I accept everything?

Fr Ireneusz Skubis

What does it mean to be tolerant? We often speak about someone that he or she is a tolerant person. It generally means that he does not mind, that he can accept anything. »

‘Patriotism of tomorrow’ in the pincers of ideology

Kazimierz Michal Ujazdowski, the minister of culture in 2000-2001 and 2005-2007, initiator of the Association Lower Silesia XXI

Explaining the universe

Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Rev. Prof. Michal Heller, a theologian, physicist, mathematician and cosmologist, the 2008 Templeton Prize winner.

Who doesn’t want Polish Radio for thinking people?

Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Krzysztof Czabanski, Board Chairman of Polish Radio.

Let us love the Polish flag

Maria Zmigrodzka

In February 2004 the Polish Parliament established a new national holiday on 2 May as the Polish Flag Day and at the same time it is also celebrated as a day of Polish immigration or Poles abroad, so called Polonia Day. This holiday falls after Labour Day and before May 3 when we celebrate the anniversary of the Constitution passed in 1791. »

Solidarity towards our neighbour

Anna Bensz-Idziak

Since 2001 we have been observing a sudden increase in interest in voluntary work. Such work has become a way of spending free time, gaining experiences or doing unselfish good for other people. »

A Catholic feminist’s opinion

Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Lucetta Scaraffia, professor of modern history at the La Sapienza University in Rome and the co-author of the book ‘Wojna z chrzescijanstwem. ONZ i Unia Europejska jako nowa ideologia’ [Contro il cristianesimo, L’Onu e l’Ue come nuova ideologia].

Jozio and Franus

Fr Piotr Gasior talks to Katarzyna, a mother who had two natural miscarriages.

'Let no one kill a child in its mother’s womb’

Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Giuliano Ferrara, the director of the Italian daily ‘Il Foglio’, the author of the project of moratorium about abortion.

Safety on roads and sobriety of drivers

Fr Cezary Chwilczynski talks to the rally driver and Member of the European Parliament Mr Krzysztof Holowczyc.

On the anniversary of Poland’s Marriage to the Sea

Fr Ireneusz Skubis

In order to commemorate the 88th anniversary of Poland’s Marriage to the Sea Ceremony and the 68th anniversary of the mass transportations of Poles to Siberia, the Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski Polish Maritime Economic Association organised a symposium in Puck on 9 February 2008. »

We need righteous people to work in the media

Katarzyna Cegielska talks to Fr Tadeusz Rydzyk, CSRS, director of Radio Maryja and the founder of the Higher School of Social and Media Culture in Torun.

Old age is not the end

Katarzyna Woynarowska

If you love people this love will be repaid ... - claims Mariusz Pocalujko, the director of the Senior Citizen’s Home in Druzykowa (photo: Pocalujko with one of the residents). »

The ‘net-language’

Anna Cichoblazinska

The language of the Internet can make those who do not know its rule giddy. The lack of knowledge of the cyberspace language means digital exclusion. »

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