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Prof. Maria Bobrownicka about Karol Wojtyla / John Paul II

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Collection: Academics
Available languages: PL, EN
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Identification:
Reference code:
419/I_1_8_266
Owner signature:
W/266/09/W/259
Title:
Prof. Maria Bobrownicka about Karol Wojtyla / John Paul II
Date:
2009-03-05
Size and medium:
501 MB; MP4
Creator's name:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
Repository:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
Content:
FILMED AT:
Kraków
RECORDING DURATION:
00:29:42
JOURNALIST:
Marcin Witan
CAMERAMAN:
Piotr Augustynek
Short biographical note:
Maria Bobrownicka (1920-2012) - Polish philologist, Slavic philologist, bohemist and comparator, lecturer at the Jagiellonian University, active member of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences.
A peer of Karol Wojtyła and his friend from the first year of Polish philology.
Summary:
Karol Wojtyła as a friend and student of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University - his literary work, performances in the theatre, behavior in class. The dancing party organized after the first year of studies. Karol's father and Mrs. Bobrownicka's funeral. Wojtyła's acting skills, which he enjoyed during his pontificate. Sharing Christmas wafers with academic staff arranged by Bishop Wojtyla.
Election of John Paul II in 1978 - reactions in Cracow and Vilnius. Reactions of the Jagiellonian University circle to the election of the Pope with the wishes signed by some lecturers. Meetings with John Paul II in the Vatican. First pilgrimage of the Pope to Poland in 1979- A gift from scientists, media censorship. An anecdote about a militiaman buying pictures of the Pope.