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Antonie Hofmanová (1923 - 2009)

born in Horní Branná in the sub-Krkonoše region on June 13th, 1923 during WWII she decided to become a teacher of religion she joined the Secular Franciscan Order she came into contact with Jocism clubs and with the Catholic Family in 1952 she was arrested ... arrows 

Pater Benedikt Vladimír Holota (1922)

born 5 August 1922 in Nebřeziny 1942, graduated from a secondary technical school of mechanics messenger for the resistance group Defence of the Nation 1944, baptised by Fr Stanislav František Juřík 1947, accepted to the novitiate of the Order of Saint ... arrows 

Ing. Rudolf Jan Holý (1921)

born September 22, 1921 in Ústí nad Labem-Střekov as a child he was a member of Boy Scouts – meetings of the association, field training, mobilization had to leave the Sudeten region after the rise of Hitler to power study at the Trade Academy in Resslova ... arrows 

Jiřina Hošková (1926)

Born at 11/6/1926 to Czech parents in Slovakia. During the WW II. became a member of the Catholic Action. Since 1947 a student of the Faculty of Philosophy where she got to know Růženka Vacková. After the violent disbandment of the Catholic Action arrested. ... arrows 

Marie Hrbková (1922)

born in August 1922 in Prague as Marie Jandová her father Karel Janda worked as a shoemaker, her mother Anastázie was a housewife as a five-year-old she moved with her family to a farm in Kanice in the Domažlice region in 1938 witnessed the mobilization and ... arrows 

SDB Jozef Hrdý (1923) video clip available

Jozef Hrdý was born on April 10, 1923 in the village of Veľké Ostratice he studied at the Salesian grammar school in Šaštín later, he studied pedagogy in Trnava and in the meantime he spent a year of novitiate in Svätý Beňadik monastery he was in Trnava when ... arrows 

Josef Husek (1923)

Born February 2, 1923, in the Old town in a religious family. Had a younger brother Antonín and an older sister Blažena who became a nun. Had another sister Lída who died soon after her birth. After graduation, he decided to join the Franciscan order. 1946 - ... arrows 

ThDr. Antonín Huvar (1922 - 2009)

born in 1922 in Albrechtičky 1947 ordained a priest 1947-1948 ecclesiastical service in Vizovice (distribution of newsletters, open critique of the regime) in September 1948 sentenced to 10 years in prison 1958 - 1967 worked as a fish warden 1967 regained ... arrows 

Monsignor Antonín Hýža (1924 - 2010)

born on 21st of October 1924 in Branky near Vsetín, North Moravia graduated at a grammar school in Valašské Meziříčí, studied at the ecclesiastical seminary in Olomouc during he War – forced labor in the ammunition works in Vsetín after the War – a member of ... arrows 

Oľga Iváková (1955)

born on March 18, 1955 in Liptovské Sliače comes from a devoted Christian family after the elementary school she decided for living a religious life in 1970 she entered the Congregation of School Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi in Znojmo graduated from a ... arrows 



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