On the ways of faith
There were two sheets of paper in the yellowed breviary of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski. One page contained the names of all the priests who left the priesthood. The other one contained the name of his persecutor: Boleslaw Bierut. Cardinal Wyszynski said, 'I pray for them every day.' »
Fr Ireneusz Skubis
The remembrance of the passion and death of Jesus the Saviour of the world reminds us of the essential contents of the Christian religion, which speak about the salvific work of God-Man and one of the greatest mysteries of Christianity - the resurrection of Jesus whom God calls 'his Beloved Son' (Matthew 17:5) and who dies on the cross - is risen, reveals himself to his disciples, is with them in their daily lives, reminding them of his teaching and bringing light to the darkness of everyday life. »
Wlodzimierz Redzioch talks to Rev. Msgr. Guido Marini, Papal Master of Ceremonies, about the changes in liturgical celebrations introduced by Benedict XVI.
We can see them always standing by the Pope; they are his shadows, concentrated on his movements and gestures; they direct him, remind him what to do; help him when it is required; discreet and indispensable. »
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Prof. Krzysztof A. Meissner about the darkness of the enlightenment, laws of physics, the Big Bang and the encyclical ‘Fides et ratio.’
Fr Ireneusz Skubis
When I was wondering how to explain our Readers the problem of man’s readiness to enter into marriage I reached the conclusion that I should first of all remind them that marriage was a very important agreement between man and woman since this contract embraced their common life till their deaths. »
Lidia Dudkiewicz talks to Rev. Dr. Krzysztof Czapla, Director of the Fatima Secretariat in Zakopane-Krzeptowki.
John Paul II said, ‘Today more than whenever mankind stands at the crossroads.’ In various collective or individual decisions it is important to choose the right way leading to the most important aim, which is the Father’s House. »
Fr Miroslaw Kawczynski
He did not draw thousands of believers to himself but to Christ. He managed to form their characters in the spirit of the Gospel. He prayed for their freedom and respect for human rights – perhaps this was the secret of the priestly ministry of Fr Jerzy Popieluszko. »