The Priest is Already Asleep
Late in the evening of Sunday March 13, 1949, somebody silently knocked the parsonage door. The parish cook opened the door and saw a group of four young people wearing bundles. At that moment it occurred to her these may be the refugees from Czechoslovakia. They were looking there for help. The cook did not want to put herself or the priest in danger so she said no to them and told them to come in the morning. The group of Julie Hrušková, that crossed the border near Vranov nad Dyjí on that day, thanked her and went to the railway station to Pleissing.