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Po drugiej stronie Wawelu. Częstochowskie Seminarium Duchowne

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Show simple item record Związek, Jan 2023-07-12T13:21:24Z 2023-07-12T13:21:24Z 2002
dc.identifier.citation Analecta Cracoviensia, 2002, T. 34, s. 471-486. pl_PL
dc.identifier.issn 0209-0864
dc.description.abstract The Częstochowa Seminary in Cracow began its activity on October 2, 1926. It was located south of the Wawel hill. The first bishop of Częstochowa, Teodor Kubina, DD, wanted clerics from Częstochowa to study at the Jagiellonian University. In order to achieve this aim he entered into an agreement with the Faculty of Theology and with Adam Stefan Sapieha, Archbishop of Cracow. Clerics from Częstochowa were rightful students of the University. They studied at the Faculty of Theology along with clerics from Cracow and Silesia. The same professors delivered lectures and held seminars. Degrees were conferred on clerics. During the Nazi occupation the building of the Częstochowa Seminary was annexed. The Metropolitan of Cracow let clerics and superiors from Częstochowa move to a dormitory. Clandestine classes were held in the greatest secrecy. They were held by the Cracow professors. The superiors of the Seminary and the Bishop of Częstochowa were working in close cooperation with the Archbishop of Cracow, who defended the Częstochowa Seminary against the Nazi authorities. After the Nazi occupation clerics from Częstochowa and Cracow returned to their studies at the Faculty of Theology. However, after the Faculty was closed down by the communist authorities in 1954, they continued studies in separate seminaries. Nevertheless, they still had the same professors. At that time Professor Karol Wojtyła delivered lectures. After the Pontifical Faculty of Theology, and then the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Cracow were founded, the earlier com m unity of professors and students of theology was restored. Many priests from Częstochowa held classes as independent academics. The Częstochowa Seminary became part of the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Cracow. pl_PL
dc.language.iso pl pl_PL
dc.publisher Wydawnictwo Naukowe Papieskiej Akademii Teologicznej w Krakowie pl_PL
dc.rights Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Poland *
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dc.subject seminaria pl_PL
dc.subject Kraków pl_PL
dc.subject archidiecezje pl_PL
dc.subject archidiecezja krakowska pl_PL
dc.subject Częstochowa pl_PL
dc.subject diecezje pl_PL
dc.subject diecezja częstochowska pl_PL
dc.subject Kościół pl_PL
dc.subject historia pl_PL
dc.subject historia Kościoła pl_PL
dc.subject biskupi pl_PL
dc.subject kapłani pl_PL
dc.subject duchowieństwo pl_PL
dc.subject Uniwersytet Jagielloński pl_PL
dc.subject wydział teologiczny pl_PL
dc.subject Papieska Akademia Teologiczna pl_PL
dc.subject studia teologiczne pl_PL
dc.subject wspólnota międzyseminaryjna pl_PL
dc.subject seminaries pl_PL
dc.subject Cracow pl_PL
dc.subject archdioceses pl_PL
dc.subject archdiocese of Cracow pl_PL
dc.subject dioceses pl_PL
dc.subject diocese of Częstochowa pl_PL
dc.subject Church pl_PL
dc.subject history pl_PL
dc.subject Church history pl_PL
dc.subject bishops pl_PL
dc.subject priesthood pl_PL
dc.subject clergy pl_PL
dc.subject Jagiellonian University pl_PL
dc.subject faculty of theology pl_PL
dc.subject Pontifical Academy of Theology pl_PL
dc.subject studies in theology pl_PL
dc.subject inter-seminary community pl_PL
dc.subject seminaria duchowne pl_PL
dc.title Po drugiej stronie Wawelu. Częstochowskie Seminarium Duchowne pl_PL
dc.title.alternative The Częstochowa Seminary pl_PL
dc.type Article pl_PL

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