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Teresa Malecka - tourist expeditions with the Uncle

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Identification:
Reference code:
419/I_1_3_14
Owner signature:
W/14/07/W/12
Title:
Teresa Malecka - tourist expeditions with the Uncle
Date:
2007-05-30
Size and medium:
2,71 GB; MP4
Creator's name:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
Repository:
Centrum Myśli Jana Pawła II
Content:
FILMED AT:
Kraków
RECORDING DURATION:
00:37:40
JOURNALIST:
Marcin Witan
CAMERAMAN:
Paweł Augustynek
Short biographical note:
Prof. Teresa Malecka (born 1944 in Cracow) - music theoretician with a rich scientific output, a distinguished lecturer at the Academy of Music in Cracow.
She knew Father Wojtyla from the age of 14. She belonged to the so-called milieu - a group of students connected with Father Karol Wojtyła, who went with him to the mountains and kayaking.
Summary:
The story of calling Father Wojtyla "Uncle", which remained even during his pontificate. Fr. Wojtyla's relations with the student group and his influence on their lives. Stories about tourist expeditions with Fr. ( Bishop) Karol Wojtyla - field masses, various adventures.
Reaction to the news about the election of Karol Wojtyła as Pope. The history of Henryk Mikołaj Górecki's piece "Beatus Vir" performed during the first pilgrimage of John Paul II to Poland (1979).
Further cordial relations with the Pope and a visit to Castel Gandolfo; discussions on family matters and the situation in Poland. The reaction of the "milieu" to the news of the assassination attempt.
First pilgrimage of John Paul II to Poland in 1979. - An important moment of the so-called Confirmation of History on the Cracow's membranes.
The death of John Paul II as the loss of somebody dear and beloved.