Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Doris Donnelly, Ph.D.
How does one surpass the ordinary, especially when one’s ordinary surroundings disclose prejudice and hostility? In her essay entitled, On Relationship as a Key to Interreligious Dialogue, Doris Donnelly observed that there is “...goodness to be seen in ordinary people doing ordinary things under extraordinary circumstances — people whose lives are a powerful witness to their faith.”1 One such ordinary person was Father Stanisław Musiał, S.J., whose Jesuit education, friendship with Jews, and participation in dialogue and negotiations with Jews allowed him to transcend the anti-Semitic culture of the post-World War II epoch in Poland.
Wyszynski, Agata, "FATHER STANISŁAW MUSIAŁ, S.J.: THE COURAGE TO CONFRONT" (2013). Masters Essays. 2.