St. Maximilian Kolbe is one of my heroes… so every year I “bump” this post in his honor.
If you’ve ever studied World War II, you’ve probably heard of Auschwitz. Auschwitz was initially a concentration camp that later became the largest of the Nazi death camps, where almost 1.1 million people -mostly Jewish- died.
One of these 1.1 million was a Franciscan priest named Maximilian Kolbe (prisoner #16670.) His story is an incredible one of loving God and neighbor, and is one I often like to share.Continue Reading