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Ondrej Kizek (1926) - Biography

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I chose my journey freely, despite the times lacked freedom

Ondrej Kizek was born on November 6, 1926 in Ružomberok. He attended elementary school and grammar school in Ružomberok. During the Slovak National Uprising along with his family he was in hiding from Germans in local forests. In 1945 - 1950 he studied philosophy and Russian language at the Faculty of Arts of the Comenius University in Bratislava. Since his youth he had been a deeply faithful man, who was also influenced by the teaching of Tomislav Kolakovič and his idea of living Christianity. After the graduation he got employed as a worker at Rybárpole Engineering Factory. In 1953 he was arrested and detained for 6 days at a remand centre for religious reasons. During his further life he suffered from various denunciations and he was under surveillance of the state authorities. Since 1986 he lives retired in Ružomberok.

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