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Bishop Adam Dyczkowski - anecdotes about Cardinal Karol Wojtyła

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Identification:
Reference code:
419/I_1_4_167
Owner signature:
W/101/08/W/90
Title:
Bishop Adam Dyczkowski - anecdotes about Cardinal Karol Wojtyła
Date:
2008-02-21
Size and medium:
1,78 GB; MP4
Creator's name:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
Repository:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
Content:
FILMED AT:
Zielona Góra
RECORDING DURATION:
00:24:57
JOURNALIST:
Tomasz Sobiecki
CAMERAMAN:
Paweł Mróz
Short biographical note:
Bishop Adam Dyczkowski (born 1932) - Doctor of Natural Philosophy, Auxiliary Bishop of Wrocław in 1978-1992, Auxiliary Bishop of Legnica in 1992-1993, Diocesan Bishop of Zielona Góra-Gorzów in 1993-2007, Senior Bishop of Zielona Góra-Gorzów Diocese since 2007.
He met cardinal Karol Wojtyła while studying at the Catholic University of Lublin. Fr Dyczkowski later took part in joint mountain expeditions and ski escapades. In 1999 he prepared the Pope's visit to Gorzow.
Summary:
Memories of Mgr. Karol Wojtyla as a lecturer at the Catholic University of Lublin. Ski trips with Bishop Wojtyla and related anecdotes. Jokes from the difficult language of the book "Person and Act". Excessive duties of bishop Wojtyla. Wojtyła until the body is exhausted.
A great surprise because of the choice of John Paul II. Fears of communist authorities. The first pilgrimage to Poland and the significant words uttered during the Holy Mass on Pilsudski Square in Warsaw. Meetings with young people during the World Youth Day.