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Ludmiła Grygiel - a breakthrough pontificate of John Paul II

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Identification:
Reference code:
419/I_1_7_380
Owner signature:
W/380/18/S/HD53
Title:
Ludmiła Grygiel - a breakthrough pontificate of John Paul II
Date:
2018-09-07
Size and medium:
2,89 GB; MP4
Creator's name:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
Repository:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
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FILMED AT:
Warszawa (CMJP2)
RECORDING DURATION:
00:25:47
JOURNALIST:
Barbara Stefańska
CAMERAMAN:
Tomasz Tański
Short biographical note:
Ludmiła Grygiel (1943) - historian, essayist and translator. She publishes in Polish and Italian magazines. She studied history at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow (1961-1966). She was a trainee at the Institute of Medieval History of the Jagiellonian University (1966-1967) and an editor of Wydawnictwo Literackie in Krakow (1967-1970). In 1999, together with her husband Stanisław, she participated in the Second Special Assembly of the Synod of Bishops for Europe.
In Kraków (together with her husband) she belonged to a group of families friendly with Bishop Wojtyła. At the request of the Holy See, their family moved to Rome, where they still live today.
Summary:
An acquaintance with Bishop Wojtyla. The Cracow times.
Bishop Jan Pietraszko.
Cardinal Wojtyla the Pope. Moving Mr and Mrs Grygiels to Rome.
Influence on the marriage of Mr and Mrs Grygiels.
The spirituality that shaped John Paul II.
Homily from Victory Square from 1979. Nation - faith - culture.