Marian Gołębiewski

This article is about the bishop. For the soldier, see Marian Gołębiewski (soldier).
His Excellency
Marian Gołębiewski
Archbishop Emeritus of Wrocław
Church Roman Catholic
Archdiocese Wrocław
See Wrocław
Appointed 3 April 2004
In office 2004-2013
Predecessor Henryk Roman Gulbinowicz
Successor Józef Kupny
Ordination 24 June 1962
by Antoni Pawlowski
Consecration 31 August 1996
by Józef Kowalczyk
Personal details
Born (1937-09-22) 22 September 1937
Trzebuchów, Poland
Nationality Polish
Denomination Roman Catholic
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Marian Gołębiewski (born September 22, 1937) was the Polish archbishop of Wrocław (from 2004 to 2013).[1] From 1996 to 2004, he was the bishop of Koszalin-Kołobrzeg.

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 nostryfikowany 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 in Deutero-Isaiah (40-48) and was awarded a PhD in theology.[9]


Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Czesław Domin
Bishop of Koszalin-Kołobrzeg
Succeeded by
Kazimierz Nycz
Preceded by
Henryk Gulbinowicz
Archbishop of Wrocław
Succeeded by
Józef Kupny
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