In 2020, the year of planned beatification of Stefan Wyszynski, the Primate of Poland, I’m coming back to the times of his imprisonment. On the 25th of September 1953 the government accused Wyszynski of working against Polish state interests and deprived him of his right to hold church functions, isolating him from associates and the faithful. Under the cover of night he was taken away from Warsaw to Capuchin Monastery in Rywald. Some factors made the citizens quickly realize who may be in the monastery. The Security Office (UB) was afraid of the idea of mass pilgrimage to Primate and decided to move him away to another places of confinement: Stoczek (12.10.1953 - 06.10.1954), Prudnik (6.10.1954 - 29.10.1955), Komancza (29.10.1955-28.10.1956). The story of Wyszynski’s imprisonment brings with it parallels to the Way of the Cross, the same one he mapped out on the walls of the cell in Rywald. It is a journey of a man isolated from news, press, books, family and church authorities. Coping with the weakness of human body and disease. Yet it's also a story about strength of spirit, righteousness, honesty, and of being faithful to one's own beliefs. The guide of his times, Primate of the Millennium, a man who stood against Communism, was to be beatified in Warsaw on 7 June 2020 (the date was postponed because of pandemic).