With God in Russia - Chapter Four: A Free Man, Restricted Summary & Analysis

Walter J. Ciszek
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Chapter Four: A Free Man, Restricted Summary and Analysis

During his first night as a free man in Norilsk, Ciszek looked up Fr. Victor who had been released a short time before he was. He lived in a tiny room with another priest. In the morning, the priests said Mass for a dozen people from the area. After staying with Fr. Victor for a few weeks, he was offered the chance to stay at a neighbor's apartment for a few months while they were away. Things were going well for Ciszek. Another friend recommended him for a job at a factory and he was hired at $110 a month. He would work as an assistant in the laboratory. After getting permission from the KGB, Ciszek wrote his first letter home in fifteen years. He continued his religious outreach. A young woman...

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