Articles on St. Maximilian Kolbe

Articles on his life and spirituality

The city of the Immaculate in India

Letter of St. Maximilian Kolbe to Fr. Cornelius Czupryk, July 1, 1932 Ave Maria! After the outing with the Archbishop I returned for supper to the residence of the Syrian rite Archbishop (they were all native Indians there, including the Archbishop). During supper the...

Kolbean prayer

The saints form part of the inexhaustible treasure of the divine mystery; before the eyes of men they at once reveal themselves and are enigmatic. So it is that the figure of St. Maximilian Kolbe, martyr of Auchwitz who offered his life in place of a condemned father...

Where and When is the Immaculate's business

In Search for a City of the Immaculate Introduction By Fr. Matthias M. Sasko, F.I. When St. Maximilian wrote the following letter to Fr. Cornelius Czupryk, his Provincial Superior in Poland, almost an entire month had elapsed since his departure from Japan in search...

Eucharistic Adoration for Fr. Kolbe

The heart of the "City of the Immaculate" was the chapel with the Blessed Sacrament. St. Maximilian introduced Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration at Niepokalanow and assigned turns of adoration to each of the nearly 800 friars. Despite their feverish activity, they...

Undying Devotion to the Immaculate

Letter of St. Maximilian: From aboard a train Introduction By Fr. Matthias M. Sasko, F.I. It is well-known that, during his lifetime, St. Maximilian founded two flourishing Cities of the Immaculate: Niepokalanów in Poland, and Mugenzai no Sono in Japan. Less known is...

The Editorial Adventure of Fr. Kolbe

From Monthly Magazine to daily Newspaper St. Maximilian engaged in evangelization using all the means he could put at the disposal of his genius. Above all, he employed his faith and his trust in the Immaculate. He bore great witness to his fidelity to the Lord Jesus,...

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