Catholic Church in the world
Fr. Ignacy Skorupka and numerous Polish soldiers died for Christian Poland and Europe in 1920. Our task is to preserve that heritage
Bishop Stanislaw Wielgus
Sermon delivered on 13 August 2005, at the square in front of the cathedral of the Warsaw-Praga Diocese, on the occasion of the 85th anniversary of the Miracle on the Vistula »
Lilianna Sicinska talks to Cardinal Joachim Meisner, Archbishop of Cologne and host of the World Youth Day, in Wambierzyce
Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Archbishop Stanislaw Rylko, President of the Pontifical Council for the Laity.
Fr Ireneusz Skubis
We will remember the August events in Cologne for a long time - the 20th World Youth Day at the initiative of the Servant of God John Paul II. At the same time we should ask the question: Why do young people come for these meetings in such great numbers? »
Pawel Zuchniewicz talks to Bishop Renato Boccardo, the Holy Father's travel co-ordinator.
Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Roman Catholic Archbishop of Agra Oswald Gracias, President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of India.
Christians in India, the country regarded as the biggest democratic country in the world, fall victims to persecutions: discrimination at work, assaults, arsons of their churches and schools as well as forced conversions to Hinduism. »
There are about 25 million Christians in India (2.4 % of India's population); 8 million live in cities, and 16 million live in the country. The number of Catholics is almost 17 million. They belong to the Roman Catholic Church and two eastern rite Churches, reconciled with Rome: the Syro-Malabar Church and the Syro-Malankara Church. »
Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Fr Michal Paga, OFMConv, missionary in Ecuador
Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Archbishop Canizares Llovera of Toledo, Primate of Spain, Vice-President of the Spanish Bishops' Conference.
In Brussels President Bush focused his attention on the vast significance of the relationship between Europe and America; he did not agree, in a slightly weaker tone (but still), with the Russian interpretation of Yalta, which maintained that the Red Army had brought only 'salvation' to the Central and Eastern European countries. »