The Tireless Apostle: Maximilian Kolbe

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The Servant Brothers of the Home of the Mother (HM) have produced this documentary about the life of Saint Maximilian Mary Kolbe, an outstanding Catholic figure of the 20th century.

Kolbe was a man with great apostolic zeal, a precursor in the use of the Mass Media for the transmission of the Gospel and consumed his life with the testimony of love as a martyr of charity in Auschwitz. The source of his zeal was his passionate love for the Mother of God, the Immaculate. In the midst of many exterior difficulties, physically limited by his tuberculosis, he worked passionately for the spread of the Gospel.

He was a missionary in Japan, and his publications reached as far as India, China, and even Arabia. He founded a city in Poland called Niepokalanow dedicated to the Blessed Virgin.

Saint Maximilian Mary Kolbe

Interviews that appear in this documentary
• F. Rafaelle di Muro O.F.M conv. – General Assistant of the Militia of the Immaculate (Rome)
• F. Francisco Nahoe O.F.M, conv. – Prior of the Convent of Reno, Nevada
• Mr. Javier Paredes – History Professor, University of Universidad Alcalá de Henares
• F. Félix López S.H.M– Servant Priest of the Home of the Mother

“No one in the world can change Truth. What we can do and should do is to seek truth and to serve it when we have found it. The real conflict is the inner conflict. Beyond armies of occupation and the hecatombs [e.g. the sacrifice of many victims] of extermination camps, there are two irreconcilable enemies in the depth of every soul: good and evil, sin and love. And what use are the victories on the battlefield if we ourselves are defeated in our innermost personal selves?”
— Maximilian Kolbe

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