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Ted Lipien’s book published in Poland, reviewed in Polityka

Wojtyła a kobiety, Ted Lipien

Ted Lipien’s book about Pope John Paul II and feminism, “Wojtyła’s Women: How They Shaped the Life of Pope John Paul II and Changed the Catholic Church, O-Books, UK, 2008,” was translated into Polish and published in Poland. Adam Szostkiewicz, a reviewer for the Polish news magazine Polityka, wrote that “Lipien is an American journalist with Polish roots who speaks ... Read More »

USSR, the Birthplace of Feminism

From the very dawn of Soviet power and development,  due to a series of tragic events, women significantly outnumbered men by about 20 mln. The Revolution of via USSR, the Birthplace of Feminism. Read More »

Ted Lipien’s VOA Interview Prior to Benedict XVI’s Visit to the US in 2008

Ted Lipien

Voice of America (VOA) Interview with Ted Lipien, author of Wojtyla’s Women: How Women, History and Polish Traditions Shaped the Life of Pope John Paul II and Changed the Catholic Church   INTRO: The head of the Roman Catholic Church Pope Benedict XVI is paying his first visit to the US April 15-20. What message might he bring to American ... Read More »

Dr. Wanda Poltawska Defended Against Attacks by Pope’s Former Male Associates


Some of Pope John Paul II’s male friends and associates, including the Archbishop of Krakow, Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, have attacked Dr. Wanda Poltawska, a Polish psychiatrist and defender of traditional family values, for publicizing her private correspondence with the Pope. They claim that Dr. Poltawska has exaggerated her close personal and professional relationship with Karol Wojtyla. Nothing could be further ... Read More »

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