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Religious development of Pilsen during the First Czechoslovak Republic (1918-1938)
Vedral, Patrik ; Štemberk, Jan (referee) ; Šebek, Jaroslav (referee)
The main topic of the thesis is the religious development of Pilsen at the times of the First Republic (1918-1938), which is understood as the development of the Catholic Church, the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren, the Czechoslovak Church and the Non-believers' Movement. The aim is to introduce individual religious entities, to show their mutual interaction and their ability to influence the surrounding society. The influence of religion is observed throughout the society, from the communal politics through the school education to the regional identity. This is all happening on the background of complex social processes (demographical, economic, cultural, political and social) that are properly taken into account. Another important topic of this work is the ability of religious organizations to respond adequately to the new challenges that emerge with these processes. The regional data identified are compared to similar urban areas and the rest of the country. Religious development in Pilsen should not only give evidence of the city itself, but also about the First Czechoslovak Republic as such. Key words: Czechoslovakia, First Republic, Pilsen, religion, social movement
The position of the Catholic Church in the Bohemian Lands and in Bavaria during the interwar period (1918-33/38)
Šebek, Jaroslav
This study focuses on similarities and differences in church-political development in Czechoslovakia and Bavaria in the interwar period.
Parish history in Ústí nad Orlicí and the Roman Catholic Church Czechoslovakia in years 1927-1963
Sklenář, Michal ; Pullmann, Michal (advisor) ; Šebek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Petráček, Tomáš (referee)
The dissertation shows one of the possible portraits of the history of the Roman Catholic Church in Czechoslovakia between the years 1927-1963. On the example of Václav Boštík (1897-1963), the dean in Ústí nad Orlicí between the years 1934-1942 and 1945-1961, the thesis focuses on continuities and discontinuities in the history of the local Roman Catholic parish. The presented analysis combines the socio-historical, microhistorical and biographical approach, by means of which it shows pastoral and other strategies of dean Václav Boštík - an ecclesiastical administrator and statutory representative - in various situations during the first two-thirds of the twentieth century. Local events are interconnected with the context of Czech ecclesiastical history at the statewide and diocesan level as well as with a broker context of Church history. Key words 20th century, the Roman Catholic Church, Czechoslowakia, communism, Ústí nad Orlicí, Václav Boštík (1897-1963)
Religious development of Pilsen during the First Czechoslovak Republic (1918-1938)
Vedral, Patrik ; Štaif, Jiří (advisor) ; Šebek, Jaroslav (referee)
The main topic of the thesis is the religious development of Pilsen at the times of the First Republic (1918-1938), which is understood as the development of the Catholic Church, the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren, the Czechoslovak Church and the Non-believers' Movement. The aim is to introduce individual religious entities, to show their mutual interaction and their ability to influence the surrounding society. The influence of religion is observed throughout the society, from the communal politics through the school education to the regional identity. This is all happening on the background of complex social processes (demographical, economic, cultural, political and social) that are properly taken into account. Another important topic of this work is the ability of religious organizations to respond adequately to the new challenges that emerge with these processes. The regional data identified are compared to similar urban areas and the rest of the country. Religious development in Pilsen should not only give evidence of the city itself, but also about the First Czechoslovak Republic as such. Key words: Czechoslovakia, First Republic, Pilsen, religion, social movement
Discursive Transformation during the Czech Catholic Exile in Italy 1962-1969
Blažek, Ondřej ; Šebek, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Šmíd, Marek (referee) ; Jonová, Jitka (referee)
This thesis deals with events during the Czech Catholic exile in Italy with a focus on the 1960's. It provides a closer look at the institutional and discursive changes that took place at the time of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) and the subsequent stay of Cardinal Josef Beran in Rome (1965-1969). The work focuses mainly on the development of the publishing house Christian Academy, the Velehrad Center and the Nepomucenum Papal College where the leading figures of Czech Catholic exile, mostly priests, worked. By using the method of historical discourse analysis the work studies how the pro-conciliary orientation which defined itself in opposition towards conservative tendency in the Church became increasingly predominant in the exile environment. Last but not least, the work also shows how the form of Catholic exile discourse in Italy was influenced by the changing relationship between papal diplomacy and Communist Czechoslovakia.
Internment of Bishops Josef Hlouch and Karel Skoupý during Communism
Kolouch, František ; Míšková, Alena (advisor) ; Šebek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Pehr, Michal (referee)
Univerzita Karlova v Praze Pedagogická fakulta Katedra dějin a didaktiky dějepisu DISERTAČNÍ PRÁCE Internment of Bishops Josef Hlouch and Karel Skoupý during Communism ABSTRACT: The dissertation deals with the internment of the Roman Catholic Church Bishops Josef Hlouch and Karel Skoupý during the Communist Regime in Czechoslovakia in 1949 -1968. The work initially presents effort of the post-coup Communist government to transform the Roman Catholic Church into the national church, subordinated to the state, and unsuccessful negotiations of government representatives with bishops. The main part of the dissertation deals with the internment of Bishops on the example of Bishop Josef Hlouch of České Budějovice and Bishop Karel Skoupý of Brno. Both were first detained in their residences and later transported outside the diocese and for many years interned in secret buildings, supervised by State Security. The aim and purpose of this dissertation is to present coherently the internment of the Bishops in those buildings. The work's main resources are archival materials and testimony of witnesses. Those are the base to describe the Bishops' daily life in the internment and its organization. Another aim is to show the impact that the bishops' isolation had on the Roman Catholic Church. This result is the effort to...
History of sports organization Orel in Bohemia between 1909-1948
Vejvar, Stanislav ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Kvaček, Robert (referee) ; Šebek, Jaroslav (referee)
History of sports organization Orel in Bohemia between 1909 - 1948 In 1909, originated in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia sports organization Orel (the Eagle). Unified associations, which for Catholics organized gymnastic activities. Her ancestors were St. Joseph's unity, the Catholic companions and Christian Social gymnastic unions. Czech members of Eagle had a model of the Slovenian Catholic Orel, which was founded in Slovenia on beginning of 20th century by a priest and politician Jan Evangelista Krek. Organization of Orel established in the times of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, in the times of Czechoslovak republic (1918 - 1938) greatly intensified throughout the country, in 1935 reached over 160,000 members. Lifelong mayor of Orel was Msgr. Jan Šrámek, a Catholic priest and politician. Orel ran physical education for men, women, youth and pupils in the Christian spirit. Exercises organized in local groups and two major rallies: international gymnastic festival in 1922 in Brno and St. Wenceslaus days of Orel in 1929 in Prague. Orel maintained contacts with foreign gymnastic and sports Christian societies, became a member of FICEP (Catholic International Gymnastics Federation). Organized tours for foreign rallies (f. e. to France, Yugoslavia and Poland). In times of danger of Czechoslovakia by Nazi...
Jan Scheinost. Catholic and Fascist, Journalist and Politician
Klementová, Eliška ; Doubek, Vratislav (advisor) ; Pehr, Michal (referee) ; Šebek, Jaroslav (referee)
The aim of the doctoral thesis is an analysis of the ideas and political activities of Jan Scheinost (1896-1964), a journalist and skilful backstage policymaker who was also known as an ideologist of Czech fascism. The thesis presents and analyses primarily those texts and activities of this controversial personality which were somehow unique, typical or atypical for the Czechoslovak political and intellectual scene of the First and Second Republic, i.e. from the 1920s to the period of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. The influential Catholic journalist Scheinost is often connected not only with conservative traditional Catholicism but also with Fascism in academic literature. However, the thesis tries to prove that throughout his career, Jan Scheinost was always mainly looking for the most suitable movement or political party for putting into practice his aggressive Catholic ideas. At the same time the thesis also follows the historical, cultural and media context in which has Scheinost, as the editor in chief of the daily Lidové listy, acted. Scheinost, as a convinced nationalist and Catholic, joined the Czechoslovak People's Party at the beginning of the 1920s, but this party was not conservative enough for him, and he also felt that it made too many compromises. That is why he...
The idelogical sources of Christian democracy in Central Europe in the years 1945-1948.
Kugler, Pavel ; Rychlík, Jan (advisor) ; Šebek, Jaroslav (referee) ; Konečný, Karel (referee)
Christian democracy in Central European countries which found themselves under the influence of the Soviet Union was not given the opportunity to play an important role in the development of the region in a way which was achieved by the Christian democrats after 1945 in the Western part of Europe. A fundamental role in this process was assumed by external conditions, and interventions from the outside became the decisive factor. Nevertheless, despite the relatively short period of time lasting in fact only two years, both identical traits and differences clearly manifested themselves in the understanding of what the guiding idea of a party with this programme delimitation should be. Factors of historical experience, religiousness of the population as well as the economic and social situation influenced the creation of the ideological foundations. Neither can we ignore the fact that, to a certain extent, old prejudices did not cease to exist. Within this context, it is difficult to accept the labelling of the year 1945 as the hour zero, as it has become customary especially in older historiography. For Christian democracy, it was instead to a large extent a gradual and continuous process and a conclusion of efforts which had been regularly appearing already in the previous decades. Despite the limited...
Czechoslovak House in London - Velehrad
Langerová, Anna ; Rychlík, Jan (advisor) ; Šebek, Jaroslav (referee)
This Master's thesis deals with Czechoslovak house in London, which is known as Velehrad. It is a charity, which was founded in 1949. The organization has worked with Czechoslovak refugees since the beginning of 50's until the year 1989 when it lost its original importance. In the first part I deal with the charity history, formation of Cyrilometodějské ligy and other things such as funding of the charity. In the second part I compare refugees from two different periods, 1948 and 1968. I also deal with the relationship of Czechoslovakia and refugees. The last part is about charity work. I paid attention especially to contacts with homeland, what kind of help charity provided to refugees and how the organization reflected some events which happened in Czechoslovakia. I also mentioned history of czech school which was created by the organization. Key words: Velehrad, St.Wenceslaus House - Velehrad, Father Jan Lang, Father Josef Pazderka, emigration

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