Top, left, Nijolė Sadūnaitė, tried and sentenced for duplicating the Chronicle;
Top, right, Petras Paulaitis, imprisoned for 35 years;
bottom, Members of the Catholic Committee for the Defense of Believers' Rights in Šiluva, 1979: (I. to r.) Frs. Zdebskis, Tamkevičius, Vėlavičius, Kauneckas, Svarinskas.
IN THIS ISSUE:
The Soviet Government, the Chronicle, and the Church in Lithuania:
1. Discrediting Active Priests
2. Discrediting the Chronicle
3. The Question of Clergy Unity
4. Contacts with the West
5. Priests Councils
6. Is This Politics?
7. Should Repressive Measures Be Feared?
Anilionis "Educates" the Deans Again
Searches, Interrogations, and Arrests
Nijolė Sadūnaitė Is Free!
Documents of the Catholic Committee for the Defense of Believers' Rights
News from the Dioceses
In the Soviet School
The Church in Other Soviet Republics
2. The Ukraine
New Underground Publications
OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
No. 44 July 30, 1980
Read and pass on!
Published since 1972
This issue is dedicated to
whom believing Lithuania joyfully welcomes
on her return from the Gulag to the Homeland,
grateful for her love, suffering, and sacrifice