STUDIUM OLOMOUCKÝCH KLERIKŮ V ŘÍMĚ NA PAPEŽSKÉ KOLEJI NEPOMUCENUM V PRVNÍ POLOVINĚ 20. STOLETÍ
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THE STUDY OF CLERICS FROM OLOMOUC’S ARCHDIOCESE IN ROME AT THE PAPAL COLLEGE NEPOMUCENO IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY
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Prior to World War I, Clerics from Moravia studied in Rome at the Collegium Germanicum or at the S. Maria dell‘Anima, while clerics from Bohemia studied at the Bohemicum. After the establishment of an independent Czechoslovakia, the archbishops of Olomouc wanted to continue to send students to Rome. With regard to the establishment of an independent Czechoslovakia, they began to consider establishing a common Czechoslovak college. First, it was important to resolve the issue of financial backing not only for the construction work but also for the operations of the college. Gradually, the number stabilized at 5–6 students, who also remained there during World War II. The normal situation came to an end, however, after the year 1948, with the beginning of the communist totalitarian regime in Czechoslovakia, when free contact (not only) with Rome terminated.
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