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Archbishop Józef Życiński - seminars with John Paul II at Castel Gandolfo

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Collection: Academics
Available languages: PL, EN
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Identification:
Reference code:
419/I_1_8_177
Owner signature:
W/177/08/Z/152
Title:
Archbishop Józef Życiński - seminars with John Paul II at Castel Gandolfo
Date:
2008-04-23
Size and medium:
703 MB; MP4
Creator's name:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
Repository:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
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FILMED AT:
bd
RECORDING DURATION:
00:41:35
JOURNALIST:
Paweł Zuchniewicz
CAMERAMAN:
Robert Maj
Short biographical note:
Józef Życiński (1948 - 2011) - professor of philosophy, doctor of theology, diocesan bishop of Tarnów in 1990-1997, metropolitan archbishop of Lublin in 1997-2011.
Lecturer at the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Cracow (today the John Paul II Pontifical University), Grand Chancellor of the Catholic University of Lublin, member of numerous scientific committees, as well as the Joint Working Group of the Catholic Church and the World Council of Churches (1999-2005). Honorary Doctor of the Jagiellonian University (2005).
Participated in the seminars in Castel Gandolfo (discussions of scientists from various fields organized by the Pope in his summer residence).
Summary:
Conversations of Archbishop Wojtyla about the Second Vatican Council with clerics. The joy of John Paul II's election.
Description of John Paul II's meetings with scientists in Castel Gandolfo: the beginnings of the meetings, participants from Poland and all over the world, a wide range of discussed issues, anecdotes. Continuation of these meetings in Lublin after the death of the Pope.
Memories of personal meetings with the Pope, the Pope’s words significant to the interlocutor. The meetings of Fr Józef Tischner with John Paul II. The holiness of John Paul II - integration of the nature of man and faith in Christ.