PERSONALISM OF KNIGHTHOOD

Edward Ozorowski

Edward Ozorowski

Edward Ozorowski (1941-), bishop, a great Personalist, Chairman of Catholic Theology at the University of Białystok, Poland.

He was born in Wólka-Przedmieście near Białystok on May 1, 1941. Edward was ordained into the priesthood by Bp W. Suszyński on June 23, 1964. He became a Bishop in Białystok on April 29, 1979 (Abp Henryk Gulbinowicz from Wrocław).

Rev. Edward received his Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from the Catholic University of Lublin in 1970, under Prof. Wincenty Granat. He became a Professor and Rector of the Archdiocesan Seminary in Białystok.

Bp. Prof. Edward Ozorowski is the author of 1100 writings, including: Kościół. Zarys eklezjologii katolickiej (Wrocław 1984); Maryja w misterium Chrystusa, Kościoła i narodu (Białystok 1995); Wierzę w Boga Ojca (Białystok 1999); Słownik małżeństwa i rodziny (Warsaw 1999) and Człowiek drogą Kościoła (Białystok 2003).

“Personalism of Bishop Edward Ozorowski is inspired by Wincenty Granat and John Paul II.” (Czesław S. Bartnik)

The decision to launch a special biannual Personalism is great.

Knighthood came into particular prominence in the Middle Ages. At that time orders of knights were founded. Their members used to lead missionary activities, guard sacred places, or were devoted to other noble activities. A unique figure of ideal knight emerged.

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