Two offspring of the Salesians in Bratislava: according to one, Slovak Catholicism is doing great, the other denies it and harshly criticizes the Church from liberal-progressive points of view. What leads to a deepening of faith and what to its loss? We are in for an honest, open and slightly polemical conversation about life, faith, Church and society.
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Zuzana Kovačič Hanzelová graduated in journalism at the University of Constantine the Philosopher in Nitra. She mainly focuses on politics and poverty issues. She joined the daily SME in October 2018 after leaving RTVS. Together with other colleagues, she works on the video content of the daily SME, where she hosts the discussion show Interviews ZKH on current political and social topics.
Samuel Trizuljak studied political science and history at the universities of Cambridge, Oxford and Heidelberg. His interest in the history of Catholic thought is further developed as a PhD student at Charles University in Prague. As a lecturer he cooperates with the Ladislav Hanus Society and the Anton Neuwirth College. As a speechwriter, he has worked for several politicians, most recently for the Minister of Defence Jaroslav Naď. His book At Height to Depth: 33 Advice to Faithful Students in Bratislava, Oxford or elsewhere was published in September 2021.
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 and is also involved in civic activities, especially in the field of pro-life.