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Although the myth is widespread both in secular and religious discourse, in the article, I tackle only the religious one. Anne C.

Kenneweg, Stefan Troebst. Patron in Poland. In: Politische Mythen im Jahrhundert in Mittel- und Osteuropa.

Hein- Kirchner, H. Hahn Marburg: Verlag Herder-Institut, , 3— Jacka, Although the control over public communication made the spread of the image of the Pope as a fighter for the freedom of Poland limited, it was the Pope himself that quite clearly under- lined the fight against totalitarianism as one of the main tasks of his pontificate during his very first visit to Poland in The peculiar link between the symbols of national Catholicism and secular symbols in Poland often made the papal pil- grimages overlap the religious meaning and gain a stronger historical-political con- notation.

In: A European Memory? Contested Histories and Politics of Remebrance.

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Parker and B. Gniezno was associated with the figure of St.

Adalbert form Prague. Although St.

Adalbert is considered the introducer of Catholicism in Poland, his figure is no less tightly connected with the rise of the Polish State in and the Christianization of the whole Central European area. While the lay remembrance day aims to construct a civic image of John Paul II connected to a kind of civic morality and treats Christianity as a source of civic values, the goal of the religious one is bounded to the moral teachings of John Paul II and their active spread.

The 11 Ustawa Nr z dnia 27 lipca r. On the one hand, the birth of democratic Poland represented for the Church a new deal. In the s, somehow lacking of a clear understanding of what sociological changes had been going on in Poland, the Catholic Church sought to reshape the country as a confessional state. Although the pontiff underlined the impor- tance of economic freedom for people development, economy was not supposed to be the main task of democracy.

Consequently, according to John Paul II social doc- trine, democracy turned out to be humanistic and deprived from any deterministic link to liberalism. Catholicism, Modernity, and Poland. During the mourning week between the death of John Paul II and his burial, mil- lions of people variously expressed their attachment to the pope by lighting candles in public spaces, meeting and praying together, waving national flags and symbols, marching, and so on. It is the effort we make every day in many fields of our lives Heroism should be the main instru- ment for national life.

Elder generations were supposed to die for the Fatherland. Today we are privileged, we can heroically and wisely live for Her. Dynamics of Identity in Post-Communist Poland.

John Paul II offers a multiplicity of narrative combinations linking the level of individual experi- ence in form of communicative memory with elements of pre-existing cultural memory embedded in religious symbols. First of all, the memory of John Paul II is a linked to his own life-experience.

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Since his election, John Paul II openly linked his pontifical activity with the Virgin Mary, inserted the M for Mary in his papal coat of arms, and constantly stressed his devotion to the Mother of God in his doctrinal teaching. In the Polish Catholic discourse, such symbolic link between the pope and the Virgin became in many cases a major element for the transformation of John Paul II in the last figure of a chain of memory that joins the I, the II and the III Polish Republic or, the defence from the Swedes, the Turks and the Bolsheviks with the defence against the Moscow-depending elite of socialist Poland.

Trying to look concretely at the myths of John Paul II and the historical mean- ings and values they hold and spread, one can find two main alternative models that developed over time without changing their basic ideological perspectives. Both of them are differently characterized socially, historically, and geopolitically. Firstly, at a social level, the myth of John Paul II expresses the need for an open society and modernization understood as a hori- zontal process of democratization : it is not a case that John Paul II is described as a reformer inside the Church as a developer of the principles of the Second Vatican Council and outside the Church.

In order not to be only a totalitarian camouflage, the democratic order must be based upon universally accepted values. Although the moral sphere is still considered a matter to be controlled by the Church, pluralism and the lay elements of the state and soci- ety is recognised as a matter of fact but not as an enemy.

As priest Boniecki, an editor of Tygodnik Powszechny, put it, the very activity and teachings of John Paul II indicate that Poland has never been outside Europe and Europe needs Poland, not as an everlasting and meta-historical Christ of nations, but as the holder of one meaningful national and historical tradition.

As such, the European integration was understood as an osmotic process in which Poland is supposed to change Europe and be changed by Europe. In fact, in Polish liberal Catholicism, the Pope was often depicted not as the hero of Catholic Poland, but as the first apostle of the European Christendom, the major figure for inter-confessional communication in Europe.

His particular relations with the Jews have been often used in the Polish liberal Catholic discourse as a key point to argue the Christian Catholic sense of guilt face to the Judaism and the Polish anti-Semitism and construct an image of tolerant Pole.

In later years, as Pope John Paul II, he became the protagonist of a new Church that recognized its own mistakes and recognized the Jews and the Muslims as brothers and gave Poland a new way to understand its own history.

Krzysztof Penderecki

The clergy and the faithful, however, remained among the main actors that merged the religious and the secular-national image of John Paul II.

T h e P o p e a s a D e f e n d e r o f C ath o l i c P o l a n d Such merging tendency is much more visible in the second myth, which I call the martyrological-romantic conservative myth of John Paul II and is supported by a minority belonging to the Polish conservative clergy. This direction continued with the Symphony No. It makes frequent use of the tune of the Christmas carol Silent Night. Penderecki explained this shift by stating that he had come to feel that the experimentation of the avant-garde had gone too far from the expressive, non-formal qualities of Western music: 'The avant-garde gave one an illusion of universalism.

The musical world of Stockhausen , Nono , Boulez and Cage was for us, the young — hemmed in by the aesthetics of socialist realism, then the official canon in our country — a liberation I was quick to realise however, that this novelty, this experimentation and formal speculation, is more destructive than constructive; I realised the Utopian quality of its Promethean tone'. Penderecki concluded that he was 'saved from the avant-garde snare of formalism by a return to tradition'.

Penderecki responded with Lacrimosa, which he later expanded into one of the best known works of his later period, the Polish Requiem —84, , Again the harmonies are rich, although there are moments which recall his work in the s.

He conducted Credo on the occasion of the 70th birthday of Helmuth Rilling , 29 May The same year, Penderecki was awarded with the Prince of Asturias Prize in Spain, one of the highest honours given in Spain to individuals, entities, organizations or others from around the world who make notable achievements in the sciences, arts, humanities, or public affairs.Although the centrality of civic religions, their rituals and ceremonies for the formation and development of nations and of their sub-groups cannot be denied, the role of traditional religion in the national symbolism and mythologies has often been unjustly neglected.

Luke Passion —66 brought Penderecki further popular acclaim, not least because it was devoutly religious, yet written in an avant-garde musical language, composed within Communist Eastern Europe.

Differently from the liberal model, in the martyrological-romantic one, John Paul II represents not an individual but a collective actor, the last hero of the Polish romantic tradition.

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The clergy and the faithful, however, remained among the main actors that merged the religious and the secular-national image of John Paul II.

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