Item description for Forget Not Love: The Passion of Maximilian Kolbe by Andre Frossard, Cendrine Fontan & Cynthia Splatt...
Overview The famous French author's unique writing style captivates the reader with the heroic story of St. Maximilian Kolbe, a modern apostle of Catholic evangelization, Marian spirituality, and a martyr of charity. With the encouragement of Pope John Paul II, Frossard chronicles the dramatic life of this Polish Franciscan who volunteered to die in place of a fellow prisoner in Auschwitz.
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Studio: Ignatius Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.9" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1991
Publisher Ignatius Press
ISBN 0898702755 ISBN13 9780898702750 UPC 008987027553
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A Real Saint! Feb 28, 2008
If you want to know what it means to "Love" as the Gospel of Christ tells us, read this book. Faith, Hope and Love are lived in Saint Kolbe's life like no other. I have a new role model in Saint Kolbe.
Simply excellent Nov 1, 2002
Maximilian Kolbe was one of the 20th century's greatest witnesses to truth and what it means to be fully human, an extraordinarily courageous man, and yet so humble that few will have heard of him. This book is superb in conveying his greatness, and what it means to say that someone is a great saint. Suffering from chronic tuberculosis and with less than one full lung's capacity, he went as a missionary to Japan where he published his first newspaper within a month, in Japanese. During the war, his monastery gave shelter to 1,500 Jews. When the Gestapo were taking him and other Franciscan brothers to Aushwitz, he managed to stay cheerful saying that for once, their mission was paid for by someone else. What mission? Survivors of all beliefs remember his constant smile, his kindness in the dark of the night (he would go to the side of the dying to comfort them). In the end, he volunteered to die of starvation in the place of a young father so he might live to see his family again. When it comes to witnessing Christ, Kolbe was simply awesome. Inspiring yet sober. In one word, moving.
"Forget Not Love" is Special Jul 19, 1999
"Forget Not Love" is the story of St. Maximilian Kolbe, the Polish Franciscan who offered to die in the place of a married man at Auschwitz, yet this book is about so much more. It creates a portrait of Kolbe as a real human being, it tells of one man's zeal for his faith and country, and it is about what love really is. This book is one of the best I have read on St. Maximilian. Frossard's beautiful writing is an added plus. I HIGHLY reccomend this book to all!