With God in Russia Topics for Discussion

Walter J. Ciszek
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Why did Ciszek consider himself an unlikely priest? How did each of his parents feel about his going into the priesthood?

Why did Ciszek want to go to Russia? Why was he reluctant to leave when he was released from prison?

Why were Russian people anxious to ask Ciszek about America? What things surprised them about America?

In what ways was America a threat to the Soviet Union? How did the Soviet Union control the people and suppress information about America and the free world from them?

Why did Sedov and Ciszek's other interrogators continue to press him for the "truth?" What did they suspect him of? What link did his questioners think existed between Ciszek and the Pope? Why?

Why was Ciszek passive about returning to America? After being released from prison, why did he not immediately pursue an exit visa to leave...

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