Reference code: ITM I/2006/22a
Title: Dr. Marek Lasota, part I Karol Wojtyła
Size and medium: 2,46 GB; MP4
Creator's name: Instytut Tertio Millennio
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Short biographical note:
Marek Lasota (born in 1960) - historian, publicist, politician and local government official, member of the Sejm of the first term, employee of the Institute of National Remembrance Branch in Cracow, director of the Home Army Museum in Krakow. Author of the book 'Secret police's reports on Wojtyła. Karol Wojtyła in the files of security services SB. "
Wojtyła's name appearing in 1946 in the documents of the Security Service Office in connection with the student manifestations. The decisions of Krakow's Cardinal Adam Sapieha regarding clerics, including Wojtyła (sending him to undertake the studies in Rome) and their relationship with the surveillance of secret services. Report on activities of Fr. Wojtyła in Krakow included in the denunciation files of Cardinal Sapieha. Refusal to issue of passport necessary for an academic trip of Wojtyła abroad. Report on the conversation with priest dr. Wojtyla about the milieu of PAX. Surveillance activities carried out by communist secret services during the Second Vatican Council. Surveillance with regard to Archbishop Wojtyła during the celebration of the Millennium of the Baptism of Poland. Astonishment resulting from Wojtyla's nomination for cardinal. Reports of secret services about friendship between Paweł VI and Wojtyła. Reports of secret service in 1972 about the possibility of Wojtyla being elected pope, disregarded by the authorities in Poland. Reactions of the Polish People's Republic authorities to the election of Cardinal Wojtyła as pope; meeting of members of the Central Committee of PZPR.