St. Maximilian Kolbe featured in Lent booklet

St. Maximilian Kolbe featured in Lent booklet

Fr. Maximilian Kolbe

Fr. Maximilian Kolbe, OFM, Conv., volunteered to die in place of a stranger in the German death camp of Auschwitz.

Journey through Lent with St. Maximilian Kolbe

Pray with us during Lent with this year's pocket-size prayer booklet, Lent with Maximilian Kolbe: Daily Reflections, by Carol Ann Morrow of Franciscan Media.

Lent bookletA powerful intercessor, Maximilian Kolbe, was a Franciscan priest in Poland known for his devotion to the Blessed Mother. He, along with 6 Franciscan brothers, founded The Militia of the Immaculata (MI), a worldwide evangelization movement that encourages total consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary as a means of spiritual renewal for individuals and society.

If you already receive our newsletters and appeals through postal mail, your booklet will be mailed to you mid-February. If you do not currently receive mail from us, you can sign-up to request a booklet on the form below.

Booklet offer available only in the United States. For an online version contact us at: friarworks@franciscan.org

Please limit one per household. To purchase larger quantities, email friarworks@franciscan.org or call 513-721-4700.

Lent prayer booklet

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