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Poland always faithful
Over 100,000 lay Catholics have asked Polish bishops to confirm the Church's teaching about marriage. The Polonia Semper Fidelis campaign is a completely unique initiative. In an era of immense chaos in the Church, it is extremely necessary.
New law defends Poland’s honor during World War
The lived history of the Polish people, as well as the history of past centuries, is exceedingly complex and filled with much sacrifice and suffering.
Polish poplar in race for European Tree of the Year title
A 220-year-old Polish poplar is in the race for the title of the European Tree of the Year.
How Poles are more vilified as 'bestial' brute Jew killers than German Nazis themselves
Increasingly, ordinary Poles, caricatured as staunchly Catholic, simple-minded and chauvinistic, are positioned as the quintessential Holocaust perpetrator. That's far more comfortable than blaming 'elite' German Nazis.
The Polish language - a simple language
There are no difficult languages – this is what scientists claim. Their thesis is confirmed by more than ten thousand foreigners who, since 2004, have taken the Polish foreign language exam. On the occasion of Mother Language Day we present you with some interesting facts about learning the language of Sienkiewicz, Miłosz and Szymborska.
Polish Ambassador: Why the antidefamation law is justified
Over the past several days there have been many voices around the world commenting on Poland’s recently passed antidefamation legislation. Some unfortunately misinterpreted the wording of the legislation, others expressed concern, but almost all who spoke did so out of care for the memory of the Holocaust. This at its core, is Poland’s principle concern as well.
Fortuna* favours our ski jumpers
An interview with Wojciech Fortuna, ski jumping champion at the Sapporo Winter Olympic Games, conducted by Łukasz Zboralski ("Do Rzeczy").
PM visits Poland's aid projects in Lebanon
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Tuesday visited a school and a clinic for Syrian refugees in the Akkar district in northern Lebanon and met the country's President Michel Naim Aoun.
Presidential Couple marks Lithuania's independence centenary
President Andrzej Duda and Poland's First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda are taking part, in Vilnius, in ceremonies marking Lithuania's 100th anniversary of independence.
Plaque to Polish diplomats who saved Jews unveiled in Bern
We have come to pay homage to people, who created a chain of good hearts, Senate Speaker Stanislaw Karczewski said Monday in Bern, Switzerland, at a ceremony honoring Polish diplomats who saved the lives of Jews during World War II.
Marshal Piłsudski’s beloved mare
A not too tall, somewhat skittish but extremely appealing steed became one of the symbols of independent Poland. Kasztanka, a chestnut mare, was so attached to her master Józef Piłsudski “that she acknowledged no one else but him.”