Jan Maciej Dyduch was born on January 7, 1940 in Kukowo near Sucha Beskidzka. He graduated the Krzeszów Primary School and the Sucha Beskidzka High School. After the enrollment examination in 1957, he joined the High Theological Seminary in Krakow.
He was ordained a priest at the Wawel Cathedral on June 23, 1963, in the hands of the Bishop. Karol Wojtyla, the pure vicar of the Archbishopric of Krakow. With him he received: his brother Tadeusz, and also Fr. Stanisław Dziwisz, priest Jan Zając, priest Tadeusz Rakoczy and priest Janusz Bielański.
After the priestly ordination, he worked in parishes in Trzebinia-Siersza (1963-1965), Jaworzno (1965-1968), Nowa Huta Bieńczyce (1968-1972) and St. Stephen's parish in Krakow (1972-1981). In 1973, Cardinal Karol Wojtyła entrusted him with the pastoral care of the deaconess of the Saint. Stephen in Krakow.
In 1981 he became a researcher of the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Krakow, where he read the canon reading. He obtained the title of Professor in 1994 and a regular teacher in 2002.
In 2004 he was elected rector of the Pontifical Academy of Theology of Cracow. During his second term, efforts to transform the PAT into the Pope John Paul II University were successful, which took place in June 2009, according to the decree of Pope Benedict XVI. The university authorities were very eager to honor the Pope-Poles because John Paul II established the PAT in 1981, which was a continuation of the tradition of the Faculty of Theology at Jagiellonian University since its inception.
Ks. Jan Maciej Dyduch has written over 200 scientific articles and several dozen books and books on popular science, among others "The Obligations and Rights of the Faithful Faithful in the Post-Conciliar Law," "The Role and Significance of the Concordat," "Cardinal Karol Wojtyla in the Service of the Church Universal "," Cardinal Cardinal Wojtyła Cardinal Visits, "" Cardinal Karol Wojtyła in the Service of the Polish Episcopal Conference. "
He was awarded the Golden Cross of Merit.
The Mystery of Crime in Presbytery. He was killed by an instrument that people did not know
The couple asked the priest to stay overnight. The cleric regretted it quickly