Barbara Sułek-Kowalska

Culture wydanie 10.11.2023 – 17.11.2023
Time when bones reanimate and return to new life
“Paint in such a way that Poland resurrects” – Malczewski would tell his students.
Columns wydanie 3.11.2023 – 10.11.2023
Church to bear it? Francis’ Synod on Synodality halfway through
Who should be preferred: the poor, migrants, women, or perhaps sexual minorities?
Civilization wydanie 27.10.2023 – 3.11.2023
Stunned by the experience of grace
Wanda Półtawska, also called John Paul’s “sister”, died October 25 aged 102 years.
Civilization wydanie 13.10.2023 – 20.10.2023
Homosexuals wreak havoc in Church
Perhaps no Pope has ever been able to take on the homosexual lobby.
Civilization wydanie 29.09.2023 – 6.10.2023
The last word belongs to the Pope anyway
Will the discussion be dominated by the “German Synodal Way” with its extreme postulates?
Columns wydanie 15.09.2023 – 22.09.2023
Will there be weather for geniuses?
Young teachers, themselves after overseas scholarships and grants, need to encourage young people to take on challenges.
Civilization wydanie 1.09.2023 – 8.09.2023
Yurts between the blocks and obo in the steppe
The first Europeans to reach Mongolia were the Franciscans: Benedictus Polonus of Wroclaw and John of Pian del Carpini.
Columns wydanie 25.08.2023 – 1.09.2023
City of rats
In Polish conurbations, there are three rats per inhabitant.
Columns wydanie 18.08.2023 – 25.08.2023
And I'm waiting for a nuclear power plant
The residents have their vital interests and that is why they are protesting.
Culture wydanie 28.07.2023 – 4.08.2023
He met emissaries of Evil and refused to parley with them
Italian communists demanded that he leave Italy when he published “A World Apart” in 1958.
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