It was reported in the middle of September that the Soviet government has granted permission to twenty seminarians to study at the Kaunas Seminary. The following seminarians were admitted to the first-year class: Stanislovas Anužis, Gediminas Bulevičius, Pranas Čivilis, Kazimieras Daugla, Romualdas Dulskis, Algirdas Gave-nauskas, Algis Genutis, Jonas Ivanauskas, Donatas Jasiulaitis, Remigijus Jonkus, Stanislovas Kazėnas, Algirdas Kildušis, Simutis Marciukevičius, Petras Matukevič, Petras Purlys, Gvidas Pušinaitis, Vidas Saukaitis, Jonas Šutkevič, Virginijus Veilentas, Juozas Klimavičius.
Seminarian Juozas Klimavičius was granted a one-year leave of absence from the Seminary to work for the government in payment for tuition (he is a film technician).
Seminarian Rimas Dalgėda from the Vilnius diocese has permanently withdrawn from the second-year class.
Seminarian Algis Kazlauskas from the Vilnius archdiocese was expelled from the senior class.
This year those who entered the Seminary were, like before, recruited to work as KGBagents.
Certain seminarians—Kazimieras Meilus, Vladas Petraitis, An-tanas Gylys and others—were summoned to the Kaunas KGB department for interrogation at the beginning of the academic year. The interrogations centered around Petras Plažukas who is currently expelled from the Seminary by the civil government.