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They gave up their lives

Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Mateusz Szpytma, historian, employed at the Institute of National Remembrance.

63 years ago in Markowa, the Ulma family - Jozef and Wiktoria together with their children: Stasia, Basia, Wladziu, Franus, Antos, Marysia and unborn child, were murdered for having hidden Jews by the Germans. The Ulmas were awarded the medal of the Righteous Among the Nations.' Their beautification process began in 2003. »

How to overcome marital crisis

Fr Marek Dziewiecki

Only love is irreversible in marriage. All other things can be cancelled: conjugal residence, upbringing of children, joint property, and conjugal life... Nobody has the right to harm the people one loves. »

When Catholics give up their identity

Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Giorgio Salina, working as an expert in the Apostolic Nunciature at the European Union

Can we ignore the fact that the European Union has become a synonym for the culture of death because it has been involved in promoting abortion and secularism as well as breaking down families in Europe and outside of Europe? »

Why is there coolness from Berlin?

Marian Miszalski

The German politics exacerbates the Polish-German relationships, which can be testified by the film about the displaced people serving to push into the background the following question: why does the German government not want to assume the material responsibility related to those displacements if it regards the claims for the restitution of property as groundless? »

We should be cautious to pass judgement

Fr Ireneusz Skubis

We are living in the times when the media pass moral judgements on people. It is worth remembering the old legal rule 'audiatur et altera pars' - 'hear the other side'. Each person has the right to the truth and to defend his/her good name. »

The Catholic voice in your home

Rev. Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Fr Tadeusz Rydzyk, CSsR, Director of Radio Maryja.

Radio Maryja has the biggest number of listeners among Poles in the country and abroad. It owes this popularity to the 15-year-old constant formation of its listeners, faithfulness to Christian values and Polish culture. Today Radio Maryja is a media concern of a clearly Catholic character. »

Statement concerning the anti-Polish book by Jan T. Gross, directed to the Minister of Foreign Affairs Mrs. Anna Fotyga

In his book 'Fear. Anti-Semitism in Poland after Auschwitz', which was published in the U.S.A., and in his book entitled 'Neighbours' about the crimes in Jedwabne J. T. Gross unacceptably generalizes the single cases of violent incidents or hooliganism, creating a picture of Poles who are full of hatred towards the Jewish nation. »

From conception a human being

Ewa Kowalewska

Each of us regards life as a fundamental value. The living can grow, they can enjoy life, and they can work, create and love. ‘You must not kill’, says the fifth commandment of the Decalogue. Killing is not only directed against man, taking his life. It is also a serious transgression against God who is the Giver of Life. »

To get a rebel under control

Jan Kucinski

Pre-school children, especially the four and five-year old ones, often refuse to do some things. They get angry when they hear orders. Even when they hear a gentle message: clean your room, wash your hands, put on your slippers, they rebel and, for example, they close the door of their rooms. How should we react towards such behaviour? »

To defend life

Archbishop Jozef Michalik

The false thesis that a being living under the mother's heart is not human has caused that today there are cemeteries for children who were killed by parents and doctors, i.e. by those who have been called to save human life. »

I know that it was God who saved me

Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Arturo Dreifinger, a Jew who was saved in Poland during the Nazi occupation.

Arturo Dreifinger, a Jew who was saved during the Nazi occupation by Fr Antoni Marchewka, later editor-in-chief of 'Niedziela', came to Poland to collect materials for a book that will be a testimony to the heroism of the Poles who saved Jewish children. »

Father makes family strong

Agnieszka Strzepka

An upright character of a son and a good example of man for a daughter cannot be formed without the testimony of the father's life. And a good father is the one who respects and loves his wife - mother of his children. »

Time for family

Jacek Pulikowski

Parents have no time for themselves because of the tempo of life that has been imposed on them. And they need this time so that the family can function well. If we offered our children to spend even half an hour with them we would see enormous joy in their eyes. »

The way home

Anna Wyszynska

Sister Elzbieta, USJK, found a house called 'Swiatelko' [Little Light] in an old desolate school in Godynice. It is a shelter for children with whom nobody would like to exchange his CV. Before Sr Elzbieta founded the house she had hidden the relics of Saint Urszula Ledochowska in the pocket of her habit and went to see the director of a building company, asking him to begin repairs. At that time she had no money. »

The European Union and the UN fight against Christianity

Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Lucetta Scaraffia, co-author of the book 'Against Christianity. The UN and European Union as New Ideology', which was translated into Polish and published in the series 'Biblioteka 'Niedzieli'.

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