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About pilgrimages in Poland (2)

Antoni Jackowski, Izabela Soljan

Most Catholic pilgrimages are connected with the Marian cult. It appeared in our lands after Poland had accepted Christianity. Since its beginnings the Marian cult has played an important role in the history of our country and nation. »

About pilgrimages in Poland (1)

Antoni Jackowski, Izabela Soljan

Holy places are on all continents, regardless of the character or development level of a given religion. With time pilgrims' routes have been established and people keep following these paths to and from holy places. »

I will buy a young Polish woman cheaply

Katarzyna Woynarowska

Modern world abhors slavery and all forms of exploitation. But it is we that face slave trade on an unprecedented scale. »

Christians, have courage to fight against lies (2)

Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Archbishop Angelo Amato about the Magisterium of the Church and social communications.

One can have the impression that media are not interested in proclaiming the truth and showing reality in an objective way. On the contrary, they show a distorted picture of reality in accordance with the ideological and political demands of their owners. »

Christians, have courage to fight against lies (1)

Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Archbishop Angelo Amato about the Magisterium of the Church and social communications.

Lack of knowledge about the Church, postmodernist culture, weakening of the feeling of identification with the Church and lies spread by aggressive media make believers' statements about the Church and faith barely audible. »

'My heart knows where home is'

Czeslaw Ryszka

Although the Treaty between the Republic of Poland and the Federal Republic of Germany (signed in 1991) speaks about equal treatment of the Polish ethnic group in Germany and the German minority in Poland »

You never know what might happen

Fr Ireneusz Skubis

Sects are especially active during the time of school holidays. Lonely, lost, misunderstood by adults, separated from their families, young people are 'bombarded' with love to join sects and thus they are exposed to irretrievable havoc in their psyche. »

So much love from a small heart

Katarzyna Dobrowolska

Kasia is 11 years old. Like other girls at her age she should run, play, go to school and ride a bike. She did all these things a year ago. Two sheets of paper: her medical record of several months is not enough to understand what happened. »

To save Europe's soul

Fr Adam Lach

For a long time Europe, although strengthened economically, has been ideologically and morally on the skids, the evidence being a peculiar resolution of the European Parliament, which reprimands Poland for its alleged racism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia and homophobia. In fact, the aim of the resolution was to strike the Christian vision of reality. »

The Knights of Malta

For many centuries the Knights of Malta have been worldwide known for the charitable activities. Currently, the Order runs hospitals, including special hospitals for leprosy sufferers, and other centres in over 110 countries. The Knights of Malta help victims of natural catastrophes all over the world. »

A thought directed to God before departure...

Fr Cezary Chwilczynski

There are 40 chaplaincies at civil airports in Europe. In the world the first airport chapel was built in Boston, USA, in 1947. The first Polish chapel at a civil airport was opened in Warsaw. It was the first chapel in Central and Eastern European countries. »

Tough words of the Polish Minister

Marian Miszalski

The German-Russian relationships and strategic decisions concerning energy, which are taken without any EU consultation, cause drastic associations with the Locarno tradition and the Ribbentrop-Molotov pact. Minister Radek Sikorski expressed his opinion, calling a spade a spade, and as history showed, he did not only act in Poland's interest. »

Catholic television should become 'nervous system' of the Church

Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Rev. Msgr. Enrique Planas, Pontifical Council for Social Communications, organizer of the World Congress of Catholic Television Stations.

Television is the most influential social communication. On the one hand, it provides vast possibilities of evangelization, but on the other hand, it can become a powerful tool to fight against the Church and religion. »

You are what you read

Fr Ireneusz Skubis

We are still waiting for truly wise and authentically objective journalists, realising the informational-educational mission, which forms the conscience and morality of man who is the receiver of the effects of journalists' efforts. »

How to wake to life

Milena Kindziuk

Her little daughter choked, lost conscience and fell into a coma. Today Ewa Blaszczyk is conducting a campaign to create a clinic called 'Alarm clock', which would treat children with brain damage. 'Everything can happen if there is still life', says the actress. The National Day of Life, Day of Sanctity of Life, is celebrated in Poland on 24th March. »

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