Captured by a Russian army during World War II and convicted of being a Vatican Spy, Jesuit Father Walter J. Ciszek spent some twenty-three agonizing years in Soviet prisons and the labor camps of Siberia. Here he relates how it was only through utter reliance on God’s will that he managed to endure.
This is a book to inspire all Christians to greater faith and trust in God – even in the darkest hours. As the author asks, “What can ultimately trouble the soul that accepts every moment of every day as a gift from the hands of God and strives always to do his will?”
Softcover, 208 pages.