In countries where there was no God, homes were not opened up to refugees as they were in Poland; these other countries only built camps, said Archbishop Marek Jędraszewski in Kraków during a mass with the Polish episcopate in Zakopane, located in the Tatra Mountains. As Krakow’s top Catholic clergyman, Jędraszewski used the occasion of […]
In an exclusive interview, esteemed academic Dr. David Engels speaks to Remix News about the current state of play across the European political landscape, offering his thoughts on the long-lasting effect of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the political consequences this may have for Europe, and the continuing role of Christianity across the continent
As Ukraine defends itself bravely against Russian aggression, the confrontation between Moscow and Kyiv is not only a military one but also one based on history, culture and religion, as Pope John Paul II understood when he visited Kyiv in 2001, writes Grzetorz Górny in portal wPolityce.pl
Any German vandalizing a mosque could expect to be charged with hate crimes, yet the German media only spoke of “religious differences” in explaining the possible motives behind the attack, writes Daniel Deme
The totalitarianism of political correctness aims to cut humanity away from the rules of Christianity and common sense and direct us towards a dictatorship of atheism, writes Catholic columnist Sławomir Jagodziński
Between Christians and anti-Christians there are post-Christians, but they cannot live in-between the two groups forever and will have to make a decision, writes Jacek Wojtysiak for Catholic portal Gosc.pl
The prosecution of Päivi Räsänen for her supposed hate speech against gay people poses serious questions about freedom of speech and belief in Western democracies, writes Goran Andrijanic for Polish portal wpolityce.pl
The current cultural revolution is a reference to the ideals of Bolsheviks with two identical elements — a world without God and terror as a means to an end, writes senior columnist of portal wpolityce.pl Jerzy Jachowicz
The Left’s hypocrisy shows when they march into our lives in the same manner that they accuse the Church of doing so. As the movie Kler (“Clergy”) breaks a 30 year box office opening weekend record in Polish cinemas, Przemysław Harczuk uncovers how the left, in their struggle with the Church, invades Polish lives.
During the Council of the Bishops’ Conferences of Europe (CCEE), Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki not only underlined the importance of the Catholic Church in building the Polish community, but also its importance as a part of Polish-European solidarity.
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