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szukane wyrażenie: "Fundacja "Pallas Silesia"" | znaleziono 27 opisów(-y) | strona: 3 spośród: 3

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autor: Reginek, A.

tytuł: Przekaz teologii małżeństwa w kościelnych pieśniach ślubnych

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 49,1 (2016) 79-96

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słowa kluczowe: muzyka kościelnamałżeństwo

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Theology of Marriage in The Church Wedding Songs
In the old church song repertoires in the Upper Silesia one may find a distinct group of songs connected with the celebration of the sacrament of matrimony. There are not many of them and they are usually labelled as songs before vows and after vows. The theological content of these songs generally concentrates on the topic of unity and indissolubility of the marital covenant. They also take the form of singing supplications for God’s help for the newlyweds. As far as the music is concerned, these songs often use melodies borrowed from other popular songs in the form of contrafactum, but there are also some melodies specially composed. Nowadays, the songs performed and instrumental music played at the celebration of the sacrament of matrimony are not always chosen in accordance with the spirit of liturgy; and often lay music permeates church ceremonies. This is why there is a need for new works in this field of church chant; a need for songs closely related to the wedding ceremonies.

autor: Resiak, S.

tytuł: „Miasto bez Boga”. Lokalizacja kościołów w nowych miastach i osiedlach na terenie diecezji katowickiej w latach 1945–1989

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 48,1 (2015) 39-60

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słowa kluczowe: historia Kościoła na ŚląskuXX wiekbudownictwo sakralne

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“City without God”. The localization of churches in new cities and estates in diocese of Katowice between 1945 and 1989
The growth of industry after World War II and related internal migrations brought the changes in urban planning in the Silesia region. New residential zones were built in the socialistic spirit. That resulted in lack of place – in the zones – for religious symbols, especially churches. Still time showed, that in every “city without God” a church was built. The aim of this article is to show architect’s work in planning the urban space and the way, how the place for the churches was found in the cites and estates in diocese of Katowice during the communism times.

autor: Sarzyński, K.

tytuł: Spór o wyznaniowy charakter szkół Górnego Śląska w dwudziestoleciu międzywojennym na podstawie „Gościa Niedzielnego” w latach 1923–1939

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 47,2 (2014) 346-360

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słowa kluczowe: Górny Śląskhistoria Kościoła na ŚląskuGość Niedzielnyszkolnictwowychowanie

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The dispute over the religious nature of schools in the Upper Silesia in the interwar period, based on the weekly Gość Niedzielny, published between 1923 and 1939
The author analyzes in an article in a chronological issue of the dispute, which in years 1924-1939.
In the article the author analyzes in chronological order (from 1924 to 1939) the issue of the dispute between catholic weekly magazine “Gość Niedzielny” and the opponents, regarding the education in the Upper Silesia, especially in terms of the elements of Catholic education. One of the consequences of granting autonomy by the Polish Government to the Upper Silesia was allowing the region to organize their education system on different basis than in other areas of the country. While laying foundations for the Polish school the Upper Silesia authorities agreed to demands of the large indigenous catholic population. At the beginning of the process of returning Upper Silesia to Poland, the education system there was organized on similar principles to the church schools. Catholic weekly magazine “Gość Niedzielny” became the propagator of thus defined schools. However, those kind of schools and their distinct character found also numerous opponents grouped within the Polish Teachers’ Union and Reform Camp.

autor: Skotnica, S.

tytuł: Działalność duszpasterska a polityczno-społeczne postawy robotników w Jastrzębiu-Zdroju w latach 1980-1981

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 25-26 (1992-93) 121-147

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The years 1980-1981 made the remarkable period in the latest history of Poland. There were two main reasons of that. The first one-it was the explosion of the workers' protest in August 1980, which embraced industrial plants all over Poland and was terminated by signing of collective agreements between the workers and the communist authorities. They were named after the cities, where they had been signed, namely the agreements of Szczecin, Gdańsk and Jastrzębie. The second reason-it was the foundation, as the result of these protests and agreements, of the Independent Autonomous Trade Union "Solidarity". The events of 1980-1981 had a great influence on priests' activities of the Church in Silesia, especially in the diocese of Katowice, due to the positively industrial character of the area. In this diocese (presently changed into archdiocese) there is the city of Jastrzębie Zdrój which became the cradle of the coal miners' strikes in August and September of 1980. The Church in Jastrzębie lavished the priestly attention on the striking coal miners. The priests in answer to their request crossed the gates of the coal mines. In the coal mines the priests were saying masses, performing the sacrament of penance and reconciliation, corrying on prayers and singing of sacred songs. The priests have already earlier, through their work in the workers environment, created the basis for the striking activities in August, for demanding of justice in the sprit of evangelical love, without using any force. The parish of the Holiest Mary, Mother of Church in Jastrzębie Zdrój, in the years 1980-1981 became a symbol of the activity of people of the Church for the benefit of improving the situation of miners in Silesia. The presbytery of the parish of the Holiest Mary, Mother of Church was the main center of assistance to the strikers, since majority of the miners, working in the coal mines of Jastrzębie and coming from all over Poland, lived within the boundaries of this parish. After the strikes the priests, under the leadership of the parish-priest Czernecki, were meeting the management of IATU "Solidarity" in Jastrzębie, in presence of the bishop Herbert Bednorz, called "the bishop of workers", due to his great interest in the matters of working people in Silesia. The priests served with help and advise to the trade union activists, introducing to them the social teachings of the Church and facilitating their contacts with representatives of the Catholic laic intellectuals. This beneficial cooperation of the both parties (i.e. the Church and "Solidarity") was not disturbed even by the conflict within the management of IATU "Solidarity" in Jastrzębie, which took place on the turn of 1980, since the majority fraction proclaiming among others a partnership cooperation with the Church (Stefan Pałka, Tadeusz Jedynak, Ryszard Kuś), has won within the management over the procommunist group lead by the chairman of "Solidarity" in Jastrzębie since 26.01.1981 - Mr. Jarosław Sienkiewicz. The activists of the renewed structures of "Solidarity" in Jastrzębie Zdrój took part in many contacts with the Church in the region and in the country, including international contacts, such as the visit of the "Solidarity" delegation to the pope John Paul II in Vatican. At the end of the article there were shown problems of priests in Jastrzębie Zdrój related to the introduction of the marshal law on the territory of Poland on December 13 th, 1981. Since that day the Church in Jastrzębie pined in these specific conditions the activities for the benefit of workers, which depending on circumstances the Church was forced to work inwas more or less connected to the priestly ministrations. The priests visited the strikers and deprived of employment as well as imprisoned miners, bringing them and their families moral consolation and material assistance. The fact that the marshal law did not lead in this area to an aggression from the side of the wronged miners towards representatives of the communist authorities, resulted to a great extent from the dependence between the activities of the priests and political and social attitudes of workers in Jastrzębie Zdrój in the years 1980--1981.

autor: Stefaniak, P.

tytuł: Z dziejów relikwii świątobliwej Ofki Piastówny, dominikanki raciborskiej

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 44,1 (2011) 45-58

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słowa kluczowe: historia Kościoła na ŚląskuRacibórzOfka Piastównadominikanki

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The History of Relics of Venerable Euphemia the Piast, Dominican nun of Racibórz. Summary
Daughter of Przemysł of Racibórz and duchess of Upper Silesia, Euphemia was one of the holy women of the Piast dynasty. At the age of fourteen, she entered the convent founded by her father, the Racibórz Dominicans, where, with time, she became a prioress. Shortly after her death on January 17, 1359, she became famous for miracles. A strong though local cult soon started to grow around her relics, causing her to be called blessed as early as the 16th century. Today, the Diocese of Opole, in conjunction with the unwavering cult of Eufemia, is seeking the beatification of this holy Piast duchess to officially sanction her holiness.
It is frequently the case with many holy royalty, such as Hedwig of Silesia, Cunegund or Yolande, that many posthumous remains undergo an evolution. They start with the typical royal funeral, yet end up buried in shrines dedicated to the veneration of saints. So it was with Euphemia. Initially, as a former prioress, she was buried in a chapel crypt in the church of the Racibórz Dominicans. According to the original plans, the chapel was designed as a mausoleum of the Racibórz line of Piasts; hence Euphemia belonged there by birth. At the end of the 16th century, the existing cult transformed the burial chapel into a shrine, particularly after 1738 when the tomb of Euphemia was adopted to the public cult. The relics of the Piast duchess remained in the crypt until 1821. During the secularization of the convent, they were moved to the church of the Assumption of our Lady. In 1930, thanks to the pastor, Georg Schulz, a neo-baroque burial altar was built for Euphemia. Finally, in the spring of 1945, Euphemia’s altar shared the fate of the entire city and was burned by the soldiers of the Red Army.
On one hand, the history of Euphemia’s relics testifies to the intensity of the religious cult she received over centuries; on the other, it places her in the burial tradition of the Piast holy women. The story of Euphemia becomes unique in 1821 when her relics were removed from the shrine destroyed by its new protestant owners and were moved to the church of the Assumption. Today the memory of Euphemia continues to grow.

autor: Wójtowicz, M.

tytuł: Historia kierunku studiów nauki o rodzinie na Wydziale Teologicznym Uniwersytetu Śląskiego w Katowicach

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 49,1 (2016) 226-236

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słowa kluczowe: nauki o rodziniewydział teologiczny

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The History of Family Studies at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Silesia in Katowice
Only in 2011 were family studies acknowledged as a scientific discipline. However, as a field of study it has had a longer history. Studying this discipline at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Silesia in Katowice is quite popular. The didactic proposal includes undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate studies. The process of teaching is connected with an intensive scientific research. The article shows both the history of family studies in Katowice since 2009 and scientific activity of the Department of Family Studies. The forthcoming development perspectives of research and didactic offer are presented as well.

autor: Żurek, J.

tytuł: Wybrane zagadnienia prawnokanoniczne w działalności „księży patriotów”

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 45,2 (2012) 343-359

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słowa kluczowe: prawo kanonicznekomunizmhistoria Polskiksięża patrioci

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Selected Issues of Canon Law in the Activity of “Patriot Priests”
The article presents an analysis of the legal status, in the light of the Canon Law Codex of 1917, of the Roman Catholic clergy movement inspired by the Communist authorities (Polish United People’s Party) and the state security office (Ministry of Public Security) in Poland in the years 1949–1956. The movement was aimed at internal diversion in Church institutions and distribution of Marxist propaganda among the Catholic clergy and lay people. On the other hand, in their press articles the activists of the movement presented interesting and innovative concepts for the reforms in the Church, at times even precursory in relation to the changes that were to be initiated by the 2nd Vatican Council. This is confirmed by numerous examples from the Ciocese of Katowice and the Upper Silesia area. The article is based on the doctoral dissertation written under the guidance of Prof. Jerzy Myszor, Phd (Faculty of Theology, University of Silesia).

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