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Stanisław Grygiel – John Paul II’s teachings

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Collection: Academics
Available languages: PL, EN
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Reference code:
419/I_1_8_381_b
Owner signature:
W/381/18/S/HD53
Title:
Stanisław Grygiel – John Paul II’s teachings
Date:
2018-09-07
Size and medium:
3,08 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:
00:27:23
JOURNALIST:
Barbara Stefańska
CAMERAMAN:
Tomasz Tański
Short biographical note:
Stanisław Grygiel (born in 1934) - philosopher, philologist and lecturer, long-term associate of the John Paul II Pontifical Institute for the Study of Marriage and Family. Karol Wojtyła's friend.
He met Bishop Wojtyla in Cracow. As Father Wojtyla's doctoral student, he received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the Catholic University of Lublin. A long-time editor of the monthly "Znak" (1963-1980) and lecturer of philosophy at the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Cracow (1970-1980).
After the election of John Paul II at the invitation of the Holy See, Mr and Mrs Grygiel moved to Rome, where they still live today.
He co-founded the John Paul II Pontifical Institute for Marriage and Family Studies at the Lateran University. Director of the Polish Institute of Christian Culture from 1980 to 1983.
He was a consulter of the Pontifical Council for the Family. He publishes in Polish and Italian magazines.
Author of the book: "On the paths of truth. Talking to John Paul II".
Summary:
Reflections on John Paul II's teaching regarding: adequate anthropology, and body theology. The importance of the experience of the other person in papal teaching.
The intellectual currents that shaped John Paul II's thinking.
Reflections on the need for a revival of Europe in reference to the thought of John Paul II.
The answer to the question - what would John Paul II say to Poles today?