Svätý otec František je nielen najznámejšia katolícka osobnosť, ale aj najznámejšia svetová osobnosť vôbec. Rešpektujú ho aj mnohí neveriaci, dokonca aj predstavitelia ideológií považovaných za nezlučiteľné s kresťanstvom. Zároveň platí, že medzi kresťanmi a zvlášť medzi katolíkmi sa pohľad na Františka rôzni: Mnohí vnímajú jeho pôsobenie ako závan čerstvého vzduchu, iní viaceré jeho kroky či výroky vnímajú kriticky. O pohľade pápeža Františka na cirkev, politiku i na jeho vzťah k médiam budú diskutovať traja laici z okruhu SLH, z rôznych generácii: František Mikloško, Juraj Šúst a Samuel Trizuljak. A moderovať to bude ďalší SLHák František Bartek.
He graduated in philosophy at Trnava University. He serves as the President of the Ladislav Hanus Fellowship and co-organizes the Bratislava / Košice Hanus days festival. He is the editor-in-chief of Verbum, a magazine for contemporary Christian culture. He also works as a script editor for the RTVS discussion program Do kríža, appears in the Reflektor program on Devín radio and is also involved in civic activities, especially in the field of pro-life.
He is currently an internal PhD student at Charles University in Prague. His research focuses on the history of Catholic political thought in the 20th century. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Heidelberg and Cambridge and a master's degree in history from Oxford. He graduated from the Kolegium Antona Neuwirtha and collaborates with the Ladislav Hanus Fellowship, where he leads academic seminars and co-organizes the Bratislava Hanus Days Festival. In recent years, he has worked as a political advisor in the National Council of the Slovak Republic and at the Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic
František Bartek studied philosophy at the Catholic University in Ružomberok. He is also a graduate of the Anton Neuwirth College and the semester program of the Ladislav Hanus Fellowship, for which he later worked. In the past, he also worked as an assistant to a member of the Slovak National Assembly. He is one of the founding members of the Catholic Gentlemen's Club. Francis is also a co-author of the book "Joseph 2.1", subtitled: What does it mean to be a man of the Gospel in the 21st century? He is currently studying the theology of marriage and family at the International Pontifical Institute in Austria.