the last days of maximilian kolbe
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- Explore jkadamskc's board "St. Maximilian Kolbe" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Catholic, St maximilian and Saint quotes pins. Ash Wednesday “This very day begin to serve God.
Live it as if it were, indeed, the last day.” —Maximilian Kolbe Our companion this Lent will be a saint less than a century removed from.