Maximilian Kolbe Society

If you have a desire for an even greater act of heroism, you might consider joining our Maximilian Kolbe Society, named after the heroic sacrifice of St. Maximilian Kolbe, martyr of charity. St. Maximilian, who lived and died in this century, not only lived a life of total self-giving to God and neighbor, but made the ultimate sacrifice of giving his life at Auschwitz (by slow starvation) so that a family man would be spared.

St. Maximilian Kolbe led a life of humility, charity, and self-sacrifice in a materialistic, anti-life culture much like our own.

Maximilian Kolbe Society members sacrifice at least $1,000 per year, either in a lump sum or in monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, or semi-annual installments. Many members struggle to give $84 per month, but the value of their sacrifice is laden with grace, not only for themselves but also for our apostolate. (Donors with a lifetime giving history of $5,000 or more automatically become lifetime members of the Kolbe Society).  Donate today and select "Maximilian Kolbe Society" as a one-time or recurring donation.

Pledges are not legally or morally binding. If circumstances require that you terminate or change your commitment, we understand completely. All we ask for is a good faith effort.

For more information about becoming a Maximilian Kolbe Society member, please contact us today.

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