Catholic Church in the world
True peace is born in people’s hearts. This fundamental truth shone in the life of the great humanist of the 20th century Raoul Follereau who during the cruel World War II took the initiative to establish the World Day of Peace – special time that would let each man realise that we were called to build creatively relationships between people. »
Last year over 100 Christians were murdered in the state of Orissa in India. They were burnt alive; they were raped, killed with axes and stoned, too. Archbishop Raphael Cheenath, who visited Poland on the occasion of the First Day of Prayer with the Persecuted Church, spoke about those brutal murders. »
Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Fr Giulio Albanese, an Italian Comboni missionary and journalist, about the Dark Continent.
The victory of Barack Hussein Obama in the race to the White House will be marked as rehabilitation of the Afro-American pride. This is a realisation of the dream that refer to the words (I have a dream…) of Martin Luther King »
Fr Ignacy Kosmana, OFM Conv
The Franciscan friars celebrate the 800th anniversary of the order. In 1209 Pope Innocent III approved the First Rule that St Francis presented to the Holy See. In fact, the Holy Father approved the evangelical way of life that the brothers lived. »
Piotr Chmielinski talks to Fr Stanislaw Tasiemski, a Dominican, who worked in the Czech Republic for several years.
Emma Morosini, 85-year-old Italian, walked 45 days to reach Jasna Gora. She started from Castiglioni Siviere (province of Mantova) and walked over 1,300 km. It was not the first time for Emma Morosini to make such efforts and it was not her first visit to Jasna Gora. »
Fr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Fr Kazimierz Kieszek and Fr Cezary Wieczorek, missionaries from the Society of African Missions.
It is a Catholic missionary congregation, founded in Lyon by the French Bishop Melchior de Marion-Brésillac in 1856, specifically for the African continent, where Christ and his teaching of the Gospel was not known. »
In nine days we covered 4,800 km, reaching the end of the Italian boot, the Gargano Peninsula. A group of employees of ‘Niedziela’, headed by the editor-in-chief Rev. Msgr Ireneusz Skubis, made a pilgrimage to Italy to participate in the Roman celebrations of the closing of the Pauline Year »
Rev. Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Fr Wieslaw Wojcik, TChr, the director of the Institute for the Pastoral Care of Migrants, the national moderator of the Movement of the Apostleship of Migrants, connected with the Society of Christ Fathers to Polish Migrants.
In the Year of St Paul the jubilee 20th meeting of the Association of Coordinators of Catholic Schools of Evangelisation (ACCSE/2000) was held in Gibraltar on 30 April - 3 May 2009. »