You must not let fear overcome you
Josef Kordík was born August 1, 1948 in Jilemnice. He graduated from the Secondary School of Textile Engineering and from the Saints Cyril and Methodius Faculty of Theology in Litoměřice. He was ordained a priest in 1975. His first post was in Bílina, where he served as a chaplain for two years. Then he served as a priest in Libčeves, which is located in the Bohemian Central Uplands. He befriended young people from the underground movement, and they began staging theatre plays in the presbytery. In spring 1978 he signed Charter 77. This act was followed by interrogations by the State Security Police, which he depicted in the book "The Book Which Did Not Have To Be." In 1981 his licence for pastoral work was annulled and Josef was then earning his living as a locksmith and cabinet-maker. He was able to return to his ministry only after November 1989. In December 1989 he became priest in Železnice near Jičín where he has been living since then. In 1990-2013 he served as a chaplain in ...
Theatre in Libčeves
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