When Francis Pluta entered seminary in Poland to become a Catholic priest he had no idea of the journey God would take him on. From Poland to a prison camp in communist Russia and on to India, his experiences would challenge his faith and trust. When he becomes father to thousand orphans, he finds his true calling, but not without life threatening encounters along the way. Not a few times does he believe that his life is near its end, but always in the forefront of his mind and heart are safety of the innocent boys and girls who need a shelter and safe environment.Travel with Father Francis as he continually seeks a home for "His children," somewhere out of harm's way where they can remember their motherland and keep the hope alive that they will return there to help their war-torn country.Relive on of the darkest times in history and how the true and faithful Lord fulfills His promise to "never leave thee nor forsake thee," and how man's trust can be an inspiration to us all.A native of Poland, Leonard Pluta came to Canada in 1957. He studies and worked for many years until, in1967, he had been awarded a Ph.D. degree in economics which enabled him to teach "the dismal science." After forty years of enjoyable but remarkably unsuccessful academic career at the small university in Nova Scotia, he retired devoting his time to cutting firewood, gardening and raising peacocks.He is married, with three children and six grandchildren and now lives with his wife in the beautiful, little town of Antigonish, Nova Scotia.