The Michael Lang Letters
PRAISED BE JESUS CHRIST!
did not give up all hope however and trusted in the mercy of the Lord.
happened that a young student who had fled
It seems to me that the young
student was sent to me by God to tell me what to do. My wife and I
prayed. My wife in St. Michaels Church and I in the Covent chapel of
the Good Shepherd.
During that time we also found a new home not so far from the Good
so that I could spend the evening with my family. The good Sisters
helped us a
great deal. So it happened that in February 1927 I received a letter
from the American
Consulate and we should pay $10 per person for the visa. That was our
of fishes. I wrote to my brother in-law that he should again send us
fare which he did. After a month or so we had our belongings in order
were ready for the journey. We bade adieu to the good Sisters and the
with whom I worked. They all wished us a happy journey and the Sister
said they would all pray for us so that we had a safe and prosperous
wife said to me that in thanksgiving for this great favor we should
first child born in
"Lord abide with us for the day is well spent and the night draweth near.