Polish Martyrs


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I’m sure you have heard the story of Saint Maksymilian Kolbe, but you may not know the stories of his companions who worked closely with him in his printing and radio ministry at the monastery of Niepokalanów, also known as the City of the Immaculate.

After their first arrest in 1939 along with 40 others from the monastery, Bl. Pius Bartosik told his fellow friars “Until now we wrote and told others how to bear suffering, now it is our turn to experience all this, otherwise what value could our words have?”

All six were arrested a final time during raids in 1940-41, some alongside St. Kolbe and sent to Auschwitz and Sachenhausen.

Bl. Pius Bartosik,
Bl. Antonin Bajewski,
Bl. Bonifacy Żukowski,
Bl. Stanisław Trojanowski,
Bl. Innocenty Wojciech Guz,
St. Maksymilian Maria Kolbe,

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These gallery quality prints are professionally printed on archival paper, and with proper care will last a lifetime or more!

Artwork is sold unframed.


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