BooksOn the Life and Spirituality of St. Maximilian Kolbe
Father Kolbe in Nagasaki
Come to know about the life of St. Maximilian Kolbe in Japan and his love for Our Lady!
In 1930, he founded a friary in Nagasaki (still active) amid seemingly impossible challenges and hardships with the help of the Immaculata. This book was written by a Japanese Franciscan Conventual Friar, Brother Ozaki, who, in 1945, entered the same friary founded by St. Maximilian – just two months after Nagasaki was blasted by the atomic bomb. Brother Ozaki resided with the friars who personally knew and lived with St. Maximilian and who highly admired the saint’s heroic act of martyrdom for a fellow prisoner. This engaging book tells of these friars’ endearing experiences and memories of St. Maximilian during those six years – sure to stir interest not only in this heroic saint – but also Our Lady.
The Writings of St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe
In his relatively short, but very fruitful life, St. Maximilian Kolbe left behind an impressive body of writings. In the 1950s the English-speaking world first began reading bits and pieces of those writings translated from the original Polish, Italian and Latin. Now, at long last, devotees and scholars alike can find the entire wide-ranging array of those writings collected together in a two-volume compendium, published by Nerbini International.
Kolbe, Saint of the Immaculata
A compendium of inspiring articles on the multidimensional aspects of St. Maximilian M. Kolbe, the saint of the modern times.
Is it true, as reported in a PBS documentary, that the Saint was anti-Semitic? What is the reason behind misrepresenting this great modern day Saint? Is a famous Mariologist right in accusing the Saint of being in error by holding that Mary is the Mediatrix of all Graces? The book has over 35 chapters by over ten authors, giving an in-depth view of one of the greatest Marian Saints of all times.
For the Life of the World
An inspiring book on the Eucharistic devotion of the saint of our difficult age, St. Maximilian. Written by a Polish Franciscan Conventual who have had access to Kolbe’s archives in Poland. The former international director of the Knights of the Immaculata, and Guardian of the City of the Immaculate in Poland, examines St. Maximilian’s Eucharistic, spiritual life as a priest and adorer of the Eucharist, all in the context of his love of the Immaculate. Fr. Domanski, who is the foremost authority on the life and writings of St. Maximilian, answers those who would accuse St. Maximilian of over-doing devotion to Mary at the expense of devotion to Jesus.
St. Maximilian Kolbe: Martyr of Charity – Pneumatolgist
An interesting and unique volume dedicated to the exposition of St. Maximilian Kolbe’s thought on the Holy Spirit written by a Kolbe expert, Fr. Peter Damian Fehlner.
A scholarly study of St. Maximilian’s teaching on the Holy Spirit and Our Lady, focus of contemporary criticism of the Saint and of his Marian program of life and thought, both by conservatives as well as by liberals. The author, being a prominent Kolbe scholar, shows how Kolbe’s perspectives are in full continuity with those of St. Francis and the great Franciscan doctors. Thoroughly documented with extensive bibliography.
Roman Conferences of St. Maximilian M. Kolbe
A translation of the conferences given by St. Maximilian to the friars when he was in Rome. This little gem contains some of the key themes of the saint’s Mariology.
Many are the themes touched upon by St. Maximilian Kolbe in this book: Marian mediation, concept of the will, person of the Immaculate and her bearing on the thesis of the absolute primacy of Christ and her relation to each of the three divine persons. This is a translation for the first time in English language by a renowned Kolbe scholar.