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SaintMaxNet.org was started by two ham-radio operators.
In January 1922, the Polish priest published 5,000 copies of the first issue.
For Father Jacek, the brigade was a vocation and a childhood dream realized.
“Life begins to make sense when we recognize and acknowledge God’s infinite goodness and our absolute dependence on him,” said St. Maximilian Kolbe. “Our response will be praise and total love expressed in obedience.”
August 2021 marks several significant anniversaries for Catholics in the lives of these great men.
Fr. Veuthey himself once wrote to one of his confrères in 1944: “The supernatural is unfathomable: you have to live it to enter in.”
Scheduled to be released for one night only on Monday, Oct. 26, here is a sneak peek at the first movie featuring unknown facts about Maximilian Kolbe, who was canonized in 1982.
Pope Francis defined this new category of Christian life as the experience of a premature death due to the offering, or sacrificing, of one’s life out of Christian charity.