Weekly column: Jesus spoke for the poor; let we help the refugees in Poland
Wolfgang Stock, CNE.news
Seven hours by car from Germany’s border to the East, terrible scenes have been playing out for weeks. The Belarusian dictator Lukashenko is using refugees from the Arab region to blackmail the European Union. And for a few days now, the situation has been coming to a dramatic head: soldiers and war equipment are being deployed, and the refugees are suffering from the cold.
Weekly column: Christian life in Poland: In this Catholic city you can see traces of Jewish milk and honey
It was the first time this friend of mine visited me in Krakow. I told him, I would take him to Kazimierz, the Jewish quarter. It was on a Saturday. My friend asked me why bother going there if everything would be closed on the Jewish holy day. I was confused for a minute and then suddenly connected the dots saying: No, my friend! It is indeed called a “Jewish quarter” but not because Jews live there today. It is called so because of the history of that part of the city!
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