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Exhibition catalogue of Mt 5,14 |The Museum of John Paul II and Primate Wyszyński in english
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Catalog of the main exhibition Mt 5,14 | Museum of John Paul II and Primate Wyszyński in English

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The catalog of the main exhibition Mt 5,14 | Museum of John Paul II and Primate Wyszyński in English, entitled On the Centennial of the Birth of John Paul II, is impressive not only for its size: 245 × 317 mm! The 445-page publication contains an expansion of the content of the Museum's main exhibition and is enriched with photographs, including those by Jacek Kucharczyk, who photographed the interiors and exhibits.

Introductory texts for each chapter were written by Deputy Director Grzegorz Polak, Dr. Ewa K. Czaczkowska and Dr. Edgar Sukiennik. The rest of the texts were prepared by distinguished guests, such as Anna Rastawicka, a close associate of the Primate of the Millennium and author of Ten zwycięża, kto miłuje; artists Tadeusz Boruta, Dorota Zemła and Aldona Mickiewicz, among others; historians Prof. Antoni Dudek, Prof. Wojciech Roszkowski and Aleksander Hall. A wonderful complement are also memoirs and articles by such people as Rev. Jan Sikorski, the first chief chaplain of the Polish Prison Service, who shared his memories of visiting the Primate of the Millennium in Komańcza, where Wyszyński was interned; an expert on the Second Vatican Council, Rev. Dr. hab. Robert Skrzypczak; Rev. Prof. Waldemar Chrostowski, author of an extraordinary collection of postage stamps featuring Pope John Paul II; Rev. Dr. Bronislaw Piasecki (†2020), one of Primate Wyszynski's closest collaborators; or Msgr. Michał Janocha, Auxiliary Bishop of Warsaw, a specialist in art history.

Publisher: Mt 5,14 | Museum of John Paul II and Primate Wyszyński

Year of publication: 2020

Language: English

Number of pages: 445

Binding: hardback

Format: 245 × 317 mm

ISBN: 9788395988516

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