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Georgescu, one time the high priests came to the Savior, bringing a woman who had fallen into fornication, and they addressed Jesus: Among the arrivals from Pitesti was Valerius closest friend, Ion lanolide. You are a reactionary, a fascist, an enemy of the people, in the service of American bandits! He found out that I was in the iron mines, and he dedicated a poem to me, which, from one man to another, finally reached me.

On the other hand, his immeasurable faith was the blessedness of Eden, despite all the hostile conditions in which he lived. Then she said to me:. However, we did not stay in the same cell, as I would have desired.

How can you miss prison? His sister Eleonora recalls the visit: Despite all our insistence and medically grounded arguments, he refused to change his decision.

His body was covered with bone tuberculosis wounds and sores produced by ganglion, which exuded pus continually. I was beaten, tormented and tortured for years, unto the destruction of physical and spiritual resistance.


Targu Ocna had become a spiritual sanatorium. The latest was the worst: While many became depressed at the onset of the disease, having no hope for the future, Valeriu continued to inspire those around him. The account of his final days and weeks makes painful reading, yet inspiration shines from every page.

Eternity was visible in the moment. I felt an indescribable peace and happiness.

Valeriu Gafencu – A Contemporary Confessor and Martyr for Christ – MÄ‚RTURISITORII

This item will be shipped through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. All things earthly gafenuc slowly being stripped from Valeriu. We agreed in common ro administer another dose after closing, even though none of us believed that he could survive this crisis. Just as Thou didst call Thy friend from the grave, Please, Jesus, give me a drop of water. There they were thrown, without a coffin, usually into a common grave.

It was the usual scenario: We cannot imagine how they endured so much suffering. And suddenly — O, Lord! When he came back to the sanatorium, the agent said to him: I wish I knew Romanian! Parasceva had come to rest here in the 17th century.


Alexandru Virgil loanid relates: You must oppose sin inchiworilor. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab. My body was light.

So Gafencu might spend time with some four hundred different people as they moved through the cell. Valeriu Gafencu was a role model for people in great suffering. His physician, Aristide Lefa, recounted some of his memories of that winter: There is no path of compromise.

I ran over, and when I took his pulse it was beating normally. This gave Ion the opportunity to once again nurse the dying Valeriu.