Polish Catholic Parliamentarian Tarczynski Invites Targeted Covington Pro-Life Boys to Come and Speak in Parliament

Dominik Tarczyński

Catholic Polish Parliamentarian Dominik Tarczynski invited the abused children from Covington High School in Kentucky to come to Poland and be his guests in parliament.

The pro-life boys were harassed and abused at the Lincoln Memorial and later received death threats after the media ran with a highly inaccurate story to tarnish the children’s reputations.

Tarczynski was awarded with the Phyllis Schlafly Award at the Gateway Eagle Council in St. Louis, Missouri in September 2018.

Dominik Tarczynski was born on March 27, 1979 in Poland. He is a publicist, Catholic activist, Polish politician, and currently a deputy of the ruling political party in Poland. He is a graduate of law from the Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. In the years 2003-2008, he was an leader of the London Cathedral for the Westminster Cathedral Community. In 2008, after visiting Colombia, he directed a film entitled “Colombia – Testimony for the World,” which in 2011 won the first prize at the XVI International Catholic Film and Multimedia Festival in Niepokalanow, Poland. From 2009 to 2010, he was a director for Polish Public Television. In 2015, he was elected to the Polish Parliament where he serves as a Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee and the European Union Affairs Committee. He is the Chairman of the Subcommittee on the EU’s trade agreement with the United States of America. In 2018, he became the Vice president of the European Conservatives in the Council of Europe. He is a MP who mainly focuses on international activity, both in terms of politics as well as the media.

Tarczynski spoke in St. Louis in September.

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