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Hák, Josef ; Petráček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Šmíd, Marek (referee)
P. Angelik František Fišer (1926-1983) is not well known but impressive person of czech catholic church. This priest, dominican, writer and biblicist bravely devoted himself to pastoral activity especially among tramps despite communist persecution and his poor health. He replaced many professions. He worked as a forest worker, archivist or innkeeper. He was sentenced to 18 months in prison for a "abolition of the state supervision over churches". After leaving into disability pension he devoted himself to literary activities and participated in the ecumenical translation of the Bible, especially the Psalms. He was also interested in history. In the nineties, his work about Karlštejn castle was published. He did not have the end of totalitarianism, died on 1 February 1983 at the hospital in Varnsdorf. This work, based on available sources, maps his rich life. Keywords: František Fišer, Štěpán Trochta, tramps, persecution, communism

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