Water, Fire, and Flower

I am taking a deep interest in the Polish question and I think the reader should too. It is quite true that for many religious, historical, ethnic, and geographical reasons Poland of itself merits special respect and affection from all … Continue reading

Only One Queen in Poland: Protest Madonna

When it was announced that American pop-singer Madonna would be performing in Warsaw’s Bemowo Airport on August 15, the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the American TFP joined the firestorm of protest sweeping Poland. Madonna “Sticky … Continue reading

Preparing For The Fight

“We all came here form different places but we are united,” commented one Slovakian conservative at the closing banquet of the 2009 International Student Conference. This sense of unity would seem very hard to imagine to the superficial observer who … Continue reading

Poland Rejects Abortion at March

Thousands of pro-family Poles marched through Warsaw on May 25 for the nation’s Third National March for Life and Family. The event was organized by the TFP-inspired Stowarzyszenie Kultury Chrzescijanskiej im. Ks. Piotra Skargi (Fr. Peter Skarga Association for Christian … Continue reading

A Brief History of the Image of Czestochowa

Tradition tells us that Saint Luke, an able painter, responding to the requests of many Christians, who wanted to preserve a remembrance of the Blessed Virgin Mary after her elevation into Heaven, painted her sacred face on an oak table, … Continue reading

The Siege of Czestochowa

Preliminary Note: The account of the siege of Czestochowa which we present here is based on the Memoirs of the Siege of Czestochowa by Father Augustine Kordecki (Pamietnik oblezenia Czestochowy, edited and with a preface by Jan Tokarski, London, Veritas, … Continue reading

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