Ioan Isac, martyr for Christ during the communist regime

Ioan Isac was a wealthy farmer from Zlaști, a suburb of Hunedoara. He completed 6 years of primary school. He married in his native town and had a son, Nicolae Isac, who would become a priest in the same settlement. Starting in 1950, he suffered several administrative condemnations because of his hostile attitude towards the communist regime. In October 1958, he was arrested and accused of belonging to the White Guard, a clandestine organisation preparing an armed insurrection to overthrow the communist regime. He is accused of having been given the task of recruiting new members for the organisation and […]

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