Anka was born on 14th July 1928 in Vysoká nad Uhom and her parents - Ján Kolesár, called  "Hruška" and Anna, nee Kušnírová - took her immediately on the second day to church to baptize her.

Her father was strict, but righteous. In her tenth Anka lost her mum and she had to take on care of their household and substitute their mother to older brother Michal. Because of the duties she didn´t have time to visit her friends, therefore they visited her and then they went together to holy mass or litany.

Anka´s life was very simple. She was a girl, who paid attention to her reputation and purity. She regularly went to church and to prayers, took sacraments. Every Sunday she visited their neighbours called Pohorínovci, where they prayed rosary together.

During crossing of group of armies at the end of WW II people in Vysoká nad Uhom were hidden in their cellars. Also Ján Kolesár - Hruška together with his family and neighbours was in the cellar under the kitchen. During the house - search one drunk Russian soldier came in.

"Haňka, give him something to eat, he must be hungry",

said the father to his sixteen years old daughter.

For severals days the girl was worn in mother´s dark black clothes to make an impression of an adult woman and to protect her virginity. As she came into the kitchen, after a while the soldier started to press her to give herself. Despite all the theats, she rejected. The soldier started to order her around and Anka had to fight with him. When she managed to snatch herself out of his hands, she ran into the cellar.

Uverejnil používateľ Anna Kolesárová, mučeníčka čistoty Nedeľa 1. júl 2018