Processions were held in the capital, Warsaw, and 667 other Polish towns and cities.
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Polish Tycoon Roman Kluska: The Pandemic is Being Used Against the Middle Classes and Traditional Church
Roman Kluska, considered Poland’s richest businessman in the 1990’s, shares his views as a committed Christian on the current ills of Western societies, deriving from what he describes as a progressive return of socialism.
For some modern Americans, Blessed Jerzy’s bold resistance to communism is an object of protest.
For Father Jacek, the brigade was a vocation and a childhood dream realized.
The organizers of this year’s scaled-down march selected “fatherhood” as a key theme of the event.
At Mother Elżbieta’s funeral in 1961, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński called her “a person who constantly stood before the face of her Good Lord.”
Was Cardinal Wyszyński’s Approach to Communism a Guide About How the Vatican Should Engage With China?
COMMENTARY: The Chinese regime’s unilateral appointment of a new bishop for Wuhan invites reflection upon how the Church deals with totalitarian regimes.
The campaign’s organizers say that “Every Life Is a Miracle” also touches on the most difficult cases, including those of children who died shortly after birth.
In 1920, in the face of the Soviet Union’s aggression, Catholic Poland stood alone. How does Poland’s resistance serve as a cause for hope today? The Register’s UK Correspondent, KV Turley, tells the story of the “‘Miracle of Vistula’: When Our Lady Saved the World From Communism.” And then, there’s the recent Catholic wedding of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the Westminster Cathedral. Some Catholics have questions how such a marriage can be valid. We are joined by Father Pius Pietrzyk for an explainer on Catholic marriage and Church law.