Jarosław SZAREK: We are deeply aware of our shared history Jarosław SZAREK: We are deeply aware of our shared history
Jarosław SZAREK

Jarosław SZAREK

We are deeply aware of our shared history

A quarter of a century after the end of the Second World War, shots were fired again and people were killed in Gdansk, the very place where the war started.

Jarosław SZAREK: Uncompromising spirit of Poland Jarosław SZAREK: Uncompromising spirit of Poland
Jarosław SZAREK

Jarosław SZAREK

Uncompromising spirit of Poland

For over a century, there were many people ready to engage into the struggle to resurrect an independent homeland. Hardly often was this banner carried by many, and they had to face not only invaders, but also compatriots who almost lost the faith in victory, choosing either to remain indifferent or to seek for high treason.

Prof. Zdzisław KRASNODĘBSKI: Imperial tempting of Europe Prof. Zdzisław KRASNODĘBSKI: Imperial tempting of Europe
Prof. Zdzisław KRASNODĘBSKI

Prof. Zdzisław KRASNODĘBSKI

Imperial tempting of Europe

Let us not forget that it was the resistance of the Poles and the Hungarians, peoples with an acute sense of national identity and freedom, that broke the “Eastern bloc.”.

André P. DeBATTISTA: John Paul II and the European Ideal André P. DeBATTISTA: John Paul II and the European Ideal
André P. DeBATTISTA

André P. DeBATTISTA

John Paul II and the European Ideal

There are no doubts on St John Paul II’s credentials to be considered co-Patron of Europe. He was one of Europe’s most outstanding figures; one of the few in the twentieth century who understood that one could be a great patriot and European.

Cardinal Stanisław DZIWISZ: John Paul II ahead of his time Cardinal Stanisław DZIWISZ: John Paul II ahead of his time
Kardynał Stanisław Dziwisz

Kardynał Stanisław Dziwisz

John Paul II ahead of his time

In times of progressive atomisation and anomie of social life, he was focusing on solidarity as a fundamental rule of collective life. For him, it was a social translation of love, inspired by the words of Saint Paul: “Carry one another’s burdens”.

Prof. Wojciech ROSZKOWSKI: On democracy between the nations of Europe Prof. Wojciech ROSZKOWSKI: On democracy between the nations of Europe
Prof. Wojciech ROSZKOWSKI

Prof. Wojciech ROSZKOWSKI

On democracy between the nations of Europe

Considering the history of Polish national uprisings of the nineteenth century, one can learn heroism, patriotism, but not effectiveness, geopolitics and material limitations of one’s dreams, but also the art of survival.

Abp Stanisław GĄDECKI: John Paul II did not avoid difficult issues Abp Stanisław GĄDECKI: John Paul II did not avoid difficult issues
Abp Stanisław GĄDECKI

Abp Stanisław GĄDECKI

John Paul II did not avoid difficult issues

Karol Wojtyła, St. John Paul II, was born in the year of the Battle of Warsaw when Poland saved Europe from Soviet communism invasion. He experienced the Nazi occupation during the World War II, and the communist rule afterwards. His confrontation with the two totalitarian systems: the German and Russian regimes, as well as experience of working along with the working class, deeply influenced his perception of the world.  When he became Pope “from a distant country”, distance in this…

Mateusz KRAWCZYK, Michał KŁOSOWSKI: We have solidarity in our genes Mateusz KRAWCZYK, Michał KŁOSOWSKI: We have solidarity in our genes
Mateusz KRAWCZYKMichał KŁOSOWSKI

Mateusz KRAWCZYK
Michał KŁOSOWSKI

We have solidarity in our genes

We know it from anecdotes, family keepsakes, and politicised stories. Wondering what it used to be, why our parents joined the cause, what it was that they criticised and why.

Professor Csaba György KISS: John Paul II gave you strength Professor Csaba György KISS: John Paul II gave you strength
Prof. Csaba György KISS

Prof. Csaba György KISS

John Paul II gave you strength

Communists put their knowledge of political craftsmanship to great use, while political amateurs prevailed on the side of the former anti-communist opposition. Already in 1994, post-communists returned to power in Hungary. In Poland, however, it was different.

Paweł JABŁOŃSKI: Solidarity – Poland’s international specialty Paweł JABŁOŃSKI: Solidarity – Poland’s international specialty
Paweł JABŁOŃSKI

Paweł JABŁOŃSKI

Solidarity – Poland’s international specialty

When the year 2020 began those six months ago, we were aware that the beginning of a new decade of the 21st century would be a time of both change and breakthrough. Renewed friction between global powers, a trade war between the two largest economies in the world, a debate on the new long-term budget of the European Union, activities aimed at the permanent presence of allied troops on NATO’s eastern flank – the Polish diplomacy was and still is…

Professor Aleksander SURDEJ: Who deceived the workers? Professor Aleksander SURDEJ: Who deceived the workers?
Prof. Aleksander SURDEJ

Prof. Aleksander SURDEJ

Who deceived the workers?

The changes initiated by “Solidarity” gave Poland 28 years of continuous economic growth and a significant, measurable increase in average prosperity.

Jarosław SZAREK: The Defeat of the Empire of Evil Jarosław SZAREK: The Defeat of the Empire of Evil
Jarosław SZAREK

Jarosław SZAREK

The Defeat of the Empire of Evil

The Battle of Warsaw in 1920 was not only a culminating moment of the Polish-Bolshevik war but also one of the decisive events in the history of Europe and the world. The British diplomat Lord Edgar Vincent D’Abernon, an eyewitness to those events, claimed in his book The Eighteenth Decisive Battle of the World that the Poles had saved the Western civilization from the fanatical tyranny of the Soviet. Unfortunately, the European nations are not aware of this historical fact.

Dieudonné Kikalage JOËL: We are alive, still alive Dieudonné Kikalage JOËL: We are alive, still alive
Dieudonné Kikalage JOËL

Dieudonné Kikalage JOËL

We are alive, still alive

We already know that we don’t stand much chance – Dieudonné Kikalage JOËL writes from the Nakivale camp in Uganda for “Wszystko Co Najważniejsze”

Chantal DELSOL: The Pole Who Opened Our Eyes Chantal DELSOL: The Pole Who Opened Our Eyes
Chantal DELSOL

Chantal DELSOL

The Pole Who Opened Our Eyes

n truth, it was him who, by his sheer presence, did away with what historian François Furet calls “the universal charm of October”

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