Poland and Abortion

February 16, 2021 Filip Mazurczak 14

While Argentina legalized abortion on demand until fourteen weeks after gestation and the United States has inaugurated what will unquestionably be a very pro-abortion presidency, Poland has bucked the international pro-abortion trend as its Constitutional […]

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Pope St. John Paul II and the Pandemic

May 16, 2020 Filip Mazurczak 2

The COVID-19 pandemic, which has cost many human lives and greatly worsened the material and psychological well-being of hundreds of millions of people around the world, coincides with the centenary of the birth of Pope […]