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Jaroslav Vetter (1935)

born 18 November 1935 in Prague graduated from the Komenský Evangelical Faculty of Theology, then served as vicar of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren in Děčín and Chomutov 1967, made parson of Chomutov late 1960s to early 70s, helped build the ... arrows 

ThLic. Jordán Jaromír Vinklárek (1925)

born 25th January 1925 childhood in Subcarpathian Rus, escaped to Czechoslovakia in 1939 studied English and Czech at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University 1949 joined the Dominican Order Auxiliary Engineering Corps construction work and medical ... arrows 

Josef Vlček (1920 - 2015) video clip available

born 1920 in Kaňovice near Frýdek studied the Salesian grammar school in Fryšták general secretary of the Saints Cyril and Methodius Association and the secretary of the Liberal Schools Bureau one of the leaders of the struggle for the preservation of church ... arrows 

PhDr. Miloslav Vlk (1932 - 2017)

born 17 May 1932 illegitimate child, rather cold relations with his parents boarding student at a grammar school in České Budějovice foundry worker 1955-1960, studied archiving at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University joined the Focolare Movement ... arrows 

Július Vörös (1926)

born on October 28, 1926 in Nitra 1942 – 1943 novitiate at the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools 1943 – 1947 study at the Teaching Institute in Spišská Kapitula 1947 began working as a teacher in Bojná 1950 liquidation of the Institute of the ... arrows 

Ladislav Vrábel (1947) video clip available

Ladislav Vrábel was born on July 28, 1947 in Ladce; from his early childhood he desired to become a priest and in spite of disfavor of the communist regime, his dream came true; after passing the school leaving exam in 1965 in Ilava, he began his studies at the ... arrows 

Natália Vráblová (1930)

12.04.1930 was born in Stara Tura 26.07.1949 entered the Ursulines to postulate in Batizovce 01.02.1950 was admitted to the novitiate in Batizovce 29.08.1950 under pressure from secular rulers was moved to Modra 20.10.1951 - 02.15.1955 after transferring to ... arrows 

Jaroslav Vrbenský (1932)

4 February 1932 born in Prague - Podolí, early childhood in Vršovice 1945 - 1949 member of 298th Československý Junák group (boy scouts) in Prague - Pankrác autumn 1949 spiritual exercise with Jesuits František Mikulášek and Adolf Kajpr December 1951 meeting a ... arrows 

Jan Vývoda (1924)

1924 – born in Hranice in Moravia 1942 – dismissed from grammar school and only graduated after the war 1949 – left to the Salesians in Kobylisy in Prague April 1950 – was interned in the Osek monastery in the course of the operation K September 1950 – ... arrows 

Ladislav Záborský (1921) video clip available

he was born on January 22, 1921 in the small town of Tisovec he studied at the grammar school in Banská Bystrica where his drawing teacher Krákora took notice of him and recommended him for further studies he got university education at the Slovak Technical ... arrows 



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