Christ walked with me in my cell

Posted November 30, 2016 11:24 pm by Hannah Russo

I was unjustly imprisoned when I was 23 years old, accused of crimes that I never committed. At that time my religious convictions were genuine, but probably superficial. My religious beliefs had been learned at home and at school, in the way a child learns good manners or the alphabet. Nevertheless, that minimal religious conviction singled me out as an enemy of the Cuban communist revolution, and somehow helped convince my judges and accusers that I was a potentially dangerous adversary.
However, as soon as I was in prison, I began to feel a substantial change in my religious beliefs. In

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