With God in Russia - Chapter Five: My Return Home Summary & Analysis

Walter J. Ciszek
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Chapter Five: My Return Home Summary and Analysis

It was uncertain when Ciszek's sisters would come to Russia. He went about his usual work and activities until one day he was required to meet with a KGB officer who asked him about America and dropped a few names of his friends. From the conversation, Ciszek knew he was under surveillance again as were his friends. It had started all over again. Ciszek was required to meet with the KGB several times. They would do a favor for him, allow him to travel around Moscow and Leningrad and see all the sights, if he would do a favor for them. The KGB mentioned some of the other priests and Ciszek knew immediately that they wanted him to spy on the priests. Ciszek had it! The next time he met, he told them...

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