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Cardinal Wojtyla’s account of his meeting with Paul VI — Vote on the pastoral care of families (Cracow memorandum), Western dioceses and PAX
Size and medium:
11,4 MB; MP3
Archdiocesan Archive of Warsaw
Audio recording of a fragment of Cardinal Karol Wojtyła’s speech at a Polish Bishops’ Conference meeting. The event took place in Warsaw on 20–23 March 1968. The speech relates to a meeting with Pope Paul VI — the tabling of a votum on the pastoral care of families (the Cracow memorandum), discussion on western dioceses, and the provision of information on PAX. The recording was originally made on analogue tape.
Place of the recording – Warszawa
Cardinal Karol Wojtyła’s account of his stay in Rome: report on the work of the Episcopate on Synodal matters, on the Pope’s reaction to the refusal by the communist authorities to allow Primate Stefan Wyszyński to attend the Synod and on his exemplary gesture of solidarity with the Primate, and on his vote to Paul VI regarding the pastoral care of families (Cracow memorandum). Information about the conversation with Archbishop Agostino Casaroli regarding the diocese in western Poland. An account on the disinformation activities of PAX in Italy and therefore informing Paul VI and the Roman Curia of the true nature of this organisation.