You have different things : cloth, shoes, rower. You use them. Can you do with them, what do you like, e.g.. destroy, give, sell ? No ! … read on . . .
Good Pope (Jan XXIII)
Pope John XXIII was walking through the streets of Rome one day. Two women were following him. One of them, when she noticed him, powiedziała do … read on . . .
Technological progress and the Church
The wonderful progress of modern technology is the interaction of man with the Creator. By processing the world, man fulfills God's will. He subdues the earth. Also striving for the unity of all people, which … read on . . .
Christ strengthens the sick
A Christian should unite his sufferings with those of Christ. In this he finds the meaning of his sufferings. This is especially difficult for a sick person, który nie może korzystać z dobrodziejstw normalnego … read on . . .
Priest and religious in the Kingdom of God
You certainly know people, who dress differently than the general public, they voluntarily give up starting their own family and lead a slightly different lifestyle. Są … read on . . .
We are all building God's Kingdom
Nobody likes such people, who always and everywhere think only about themselves. They want, that only they would be well. At school, na boisku czy w zespole … read on . . .
The Church honors God's work in saints
Have you ever met a friend or colleague?, about which you would have some reservations ? Maybe someone got you wrong with them, … read on . . .
The Church honors Mary as a work of God
In part III ,,Dziadów ”by Adam Mickiewicz, there is the following scene : in Konrad Jankowski's cell, with a cup of wine in his hand, starts singing a song, w … read on . . .
The whole year was divided into months and weeks. Many days of the week are very similar to each other. However, one day is different from the rest. You say often, że nie jest to … read on . . .
In Confirmation, Christians are empowered to fulfill their tasks
A good man willingly shares this, what he has, with your fellow men. It does not close in on itself, nie jest obojętny na … read on . . .