Without Sacrifice There Is No Love

On August 14, 1941, St. Maximilian Mary Kolbe, Conventual Franciscan and Martyr of Charity, died in the concentration camp of Auschwitz, taking the place of a fellow prisoner who was condemned to die of hunger.

The entire life of St. Maximilian consisted of a “holy obsession”: to be able to belong totally to the Immaculate, living totally consecrated to Her, belonging to Her without reserve, without limits, desiring that this become a reality as soon as possible, with the aim of conquering as many souls as possible for the Immaculate.

St. Maximilian Mary wrote: “Oh, Immaculate, by Your mercy I have consecrated my life. I have worked for You, suffered for You, and now I die for You. I am Yours!" Without a doubt, She went looking for this good son of Hers that knew how to belong completely to Her, both in life and in death.


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"Without sacrifice ther is no love." St. Maximilian Kolbe

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