About us

The Catholic evangelization magazine “Love One Another” was founded in 1975 by Fr. Tadeusz Myszczyński SChr in order to promote the idea of ​​the Social Crusade of Love of blessed. Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński After his death in 1991, the mission was continued by Fr. Mieczysław Piotrowski SChr, who took up the position of the editor-in-chief of “Love One Another!”. During the 30 years he ran the magazine, the evangelizing work gained great number of recipients. The total annual circulation of the magazine is 1.5 million copies, published in 23 language editions and sent to over 130 countries around the world. Some of them were sent externally to mission countries in Africa, Asia, South America, Estern Europe republics, as well as hospitals, prisons and orphanages.

From December 1, 2022, a new publisher Wydawnictwo JP2 continues the mission of “Love One Another” Catholic evangelization magazine under the patronage of Reverend Bishop Krzysztof Włodarczyk. It is edited by the same editorial team who wanted to maintain the evangelistic and missionary character of the magazine. “Love One Another” stands out from other Catholic magazines in its concern for the chaste life of the young generation. The main task of the magazine is to shape the attitudes of readers based on the idea of ​​the Social Crusade of Love, i.e. a program of kindness towards other people, rooted in faith in God. The undoubted advantage of our magazine is a clear and uncompromising approach to matters related to the protection of human life from conception to natural death, human sexuality, parenthood and the indissolubility of marriage treated as a union of a woman and a man, drawing on the heritage of the thought of St. John Paul II and his teachings on the theology of the body. The content of the letter is enriched by extremely valuable testimonies of converted or healed people and examples of miracles and supernatural events.

Our magazine is addressed both to people who want to deepen their relationship with God through content consistent with the doctrine of the Catholic Church, as well as to people who are experiencing a crisis of faith or have moved away from the Church – to young people, to people seeking, to married couples in crisis or those who want to strengthen their bond, as well as the elderly, lonely and suffering.