No one ever found a mistake in the gospel
Milan Dlhý was born on January 6, 1929 in the village of Staré Hory. When being two years old, his aunt Štefánia Lovíšeková took care of him and together they lived at his grandmother’s in Považská Bystrica. There he attended elementary school in years 1935 - 1940 and in 1940 he left to study at the Salesian Grammar School in Šaštín for five years. After passing the school leaving examination, as a Salesian he was assigned to work with youth at Miletičova Street in Bratislava. In 1950 he experienced the Barbarian Night and gradual internment in Šaštín, Podolínec, and Kostolná pri Trenčíne. In September 1950 he had to enlist in the Auxiliary Technical Battalions (PTP), where he was arrested during the service in September 1952. He was imprisoned and sentenced the day before Christmas in 1953. He spent eight months in Jáchymov uranium mines. After being released he had various jobs mostly in the building industry and until the Velvet Revolution of November 1989 he was monitored by the State Security (ŠtB). Nowadays he lives retired in Žilina.