Stosunki czechosłowacko-polskie na przełomie lat 70. i 80. XX wieku. Sympozja i publikacje katolickiego stowarzyszenia Opus Bonum

Title in English Czechoslovak-Polish relations at the turn of the 1970s and 1980s. Symposiums and publications of the Catholic association Opus Bonum


Year of publication 2023
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description In October 1982, a Czech-Polish symposium took place in Franken, Germany, organised by the Catholic association Opus Bonum. Association was founded in 1972 in Frankfurt am Main by Czechoslovak exiles as a community of people caring for the preservation and development of Czech and Slovak Christian culture. The founders of the association were: abbot Anastáz Opasek and theologian Vladimír Neuwirth. Since 1979, Opus bonum was been based in Munich organizing symposiums, discussion meetings and cultural events every year. These originally spiritual meetings used to turn into political debates and clashes of various currents within the Czechoslovak exile.
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