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His Excellency

Marian Gobiewski
Archbishop Emeritus of Wroc?aw
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ChurchRoman Catholic
Appointed3 April 2004
In office2004-2013
PredecessorHenryk Gulbinowicz
SuccessorJózef Kupny
Ordination24 June 1962
by Antoni Pawlowski
Consecration31 August 1996
by Józef Kowalczyk
Personal details
Born (1937-09-22) 22 September 1937 (age 82)
Trzebuchów, Poland
DenominationRoman Catholic
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Marian Gobiewski (born September 22, 1937) was the Polish archbishop of Wroc?aw from 2004 to 2013.[1] From 1996 to 2004, he was Bishop of Koszalin-Ko?obrzeg.

Early life

He was born in Trzebuchowie. In 1952-56 he was a student of Minor Seminary. Jan Dlugosz in Wloclawek, which completed an internal exam. State maturity exam he passed an extramural in the 1956 High School. Jan Matejko in Poznan.[2]

In 1956-62 he studied philosophy and theology at the Major Seminary in Wloclawek.[3] June 24, 1962 in the Cathedral of Wloclawek was ordained to the priesthood at the hands of Anthony Pavlovsky, the diocesan bishop of Wloclawek.[4][5]

In 1966-68 he studied Specialized study of Sacred Scripture at the Faculty of Theology of the Catholic University of Lublin, which crowned a master's degree and a licentiate in theology.[6] Then, in 1969-71 continued to biblical studies at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, obtaining a bachelor's degree teachings of the Bible. In 1976 he received his doctorate, which was recognized at the Catholic University of Lublin.[7]

In the academic year 1992-93 was a scholarship student at the Catholic Institute in Paris.[8] and in 1994 attended the Academy of Catholic Theology in Warsaw, where his studies centered on hymns in Deutero-Isaiah (40-48) and was awarded a PhD in theology.[9]


  1. ^ "Archbishop Marian Gobiewski". David M. Cheney. Retrieved 2015.
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  4. ^ Catholic Hierarchy entry.
  5. ^ M. Pietkiewicz. Na Bo?e podobie?stwo. ,,Niedziela". 26/2012. p8-9.
  6. ^ Information at episipal conference
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