A group of 32 protesters who interrupted a mass in a Polish cathedral with a pro-abortion rights demonstration have been acquitted of disturbance of a religious act.
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Poland's education minister has criticised the idea of scrapping religion classes in schools, claiming it is part a wider plan to de-Christianise the Western world.
Almost 400,000 signatures had been collected in favour of a citizens' initiative to amend the criminal code to penalise those who “insult and mock” the Catholic Church and other religious groups, announced the country’s minister of justice.
The religious books come from the original collection in the Chachmei Lublin Yeshiva which was once the largest Talmudic school in the world. The fate of the library is one of the biggest wartime mysteries of Lublin.
Based on the New Testament and entitled I Am Jesus Christ, the first person game sees players walk in the footsteps of the Messiah in an “incredible retelling of the story of Christ from birth to resurrection” and “perform amazing miracles, interact with a cast of biblical figures and travel around the Holy Land from Jerusalem to Galilee.”
The small town of Łowicz will erupt into colour today as locals take to the streets to celebrate Corpus Christi (Boże Ciało).
In Poland the Easter traditions come rich, thick and fast. From the blessing of baskets of food to pouring water over women, the country boasts a glorious mix of traditions that set the Easter holiday apart from all others.
Around 10,000 Hasidic Jews, mainly from Europe and the United States, are expected to visit the town of Lezajsk, in southeastern Poland, to take part in commemorations marking the 235th anniversary of the death of Tzaddik Elimelech Weissblum of Lizhensk.
VIDEO: Krzysztof Ligęza had been living in the UK for six years when he realized how much he missed life in the countryside and set off across the country on a quest to capture hundreds of shrines, which he then turned into an evocative exhibition shown both in Poland and Slovakia.