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Sister prof. Zofia Zdybicka 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_178
Owner signature:
W/178/08/Z/153
Title:
Sister prof. Zofia Zdybicka about Karol Wojtyla / John Paul II
Date:
2008-03-22
Size and medium:
716 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:
00:42:20
JOURNALIST:
Paweł Zuchniewicz
CAMERAMAN:
Robert Maj
Short biographical note:
Zofia Zdybicka (born in 1928 in Kraśnik) - Ursuline sister, philosopher, educator, religious scholar, long-term academic lecturer at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. She deals with metaphysics (the science of being and its causes), philosophy of religion, God and faith, philosophical anthropology and religion, philosophical propedeutics and ethics. She is the creator of her own concept of the philosophy of religion
Summary:
Lectures and activities of Karol Wojtyła at the Catholic University of Lublin. His book "Love and responsibility". Karol Wojtyla as a philosopher, man of prayer, friend of many people. Wojtyla's poverty and the way of life as preparation for the papacy.
Conclave and participation of Sister Sophie in the inauguration Mass. Meeting with the Holy Father in the Gemelia Clinic after the assassination attempt. The Pope's suffering from illness. Canonization of Sister Ledóchowska in Rome in 2003. Funeral of the Pope - an event of great scale