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Dzieje Kościoła katolickiego na Pomorzu Zachodnim i północnym do 1945 roku. Zarys problemu

Colloquia Theologica Ottoniana. 2016;2 DOI 10.18276/cto.2016.2-13


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Journal Title: Colloquia Theologica Ottoniana

ISSN: 1731-0555 (Print); 2353-2998 (Online)

Publisher: Szczecin University Press

Society/Institution: Institute of Theological Sciences of the University of Szczecin

LCC Subject Category: Philosophy. Psychology. Religion

Country of publisher: Poland

Language of fulltext: Polish, English, German, Italian

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Grzegorz Wejman (Wydział Teologiczny Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego)


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Time From Submission to Publication: 15 weeks


Abstract | Full Text

The history of the Catholic Church in Western Pomerania and North undergone vicissitudes. Bishopric in Poznan, Gniezno metropolis and then provide space for more robuster development of the Catholic Church. In this space should be entered Prussian bishopric and diocese of Chelmno from the metropolis of Riga. Unfortunately, Protestantism, which in the sixteenth century arisen in Germany, reached many European countries, including the Duchy of Pomerania, and with it the Church of Pomerania and Prussia, and the local Catholic Church. The next 400 years is a constant struggle for the maintenance and restoration of the organizational structures of the Catholic Church and the Polish border, but lost in successive partitions. The year 1945 brought a new political reality, and yet the church. Revival of the Catholic Church during the Reformation resulted in full bloom after 1945. – These lands have become Polish and Catholic