The St. Adalbert Conferences have long been devoted to the issue of closer cooperation between the countries of the Central European area. The annual conference is devoted to a different aspect of Central European cooperation. The change, we are facing together, is not dissimilar in its impact to the situation ten centuries ago, when the basic map of the organization of Europe was being created. In Central and Eastern Europe at that time, the process of building national states was directly connected with non-violent christianization linked by the personality of St. Adalbert, whose legacy appeals to us even after a thousand years.

On the eve of the conference, the presentation of the St. Adalbert Award (Pretium Sancti Adalberti) is also held every year, with which the association Patrimonium Sancti Adalberti expresses recognition to personalities for their exceptional contribution to the strengthening of Central European traditions and values. At the end of each conference, its participants address the public and the political representatives of their countries in order to strive for the deepening of such cooperation.



June 10 - 12, 2022, OREA Hotel Pyramida (Prague, Czech Republic)

The first year of the international conference "Saint Adalbert and the Central Europe" was held under the patronage of H. Em. Archbishop Cardinal Duka in June 2022 in Prague, with the participation of representatives of six Central European countries, namely the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Austria, Slovenia and Serbia.

Laureate of the St. Adalbert Award (Pretium Sancti Adalberti)for 2022 was Vladimír Palko, the Slovak mathematician and former Minister of the Interior of Slovakia, who presented his keynote address "Power and its Temptations".

The international conference itself was mainly devoted to the question of the common values ​​of the countries of the wider Central European area, in which the basic identifying stone is the values ​​brought by Christianity.

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