When you decide to serve the Lord God, you need not be afraid
Marcela Němečková was born on 2 June 1935 in Hradec Králové. Her father was a secondary-school teacher who was active in the Czechoslovak People's Party (a Christian Democratic party) after the war. In 1948 her father was reassigned to Děčín. In 1953 the witness studies at the Faculty of Education in Prague; upon graduating she received a job placement in Děčín. However, due to her religious affiliation, she had to request a reassignment to Litoměřice two years later and promise that she would attend church there. Although she was popular with her pupils and even prepared their parents for "maturita" exams (secondary school finals), for which she received an award from the minister of interior, she had to leave again after three years due to her religion. She was unemployed for nine months, and then she found a job as a teacher at a reform school for girls in Kostomlaty. She began working with the secretly ordained bishop Otčenášek, who was serving as an ordinary priest in Trmice near ...
Dealing with the church secretary
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