Our Maximilian Kolbe Healing Saints Rosary Set offers hope and comfort to those who seek healing of all types of addictions, including drug addictions, through the intercession of this powerful Saint. Use it to pray for a loved one who is lost through an addiction or imprisoned by evil. Padre Kolbe was a pure and brave Saint who loved the Blessed Mother and accepted God's will in his life at all costs. He is a powerful intercessor for us in these confusing times.
Each rosary set includes a handcrafted Italian Hematite patron saint rosary with an ornate crucifix and an attached Maximilian Kolbe medal, a high-quality prayer card that contains novena prayers specific to the affliction and a short biography of Saint Maximilian Kolbe, and a matching patron saint medal for wearing as a pendant. This wonderful Maximilian Kolbe Rosary Set is packaged in an elegant organza gift bag.
Healing Rosary Set Includes:
Prayer is an essential tool for healing and is an excellent source of comfort, courage and strength for those who are suffering. In addition to prayer, the Saints protect us against harm and their intercession helps present powerful prayers of healing to God on our behalf.
About Maximilian Kolbe:
Saint Maximilian Kolbe is the Patron Saint of: those addicted to drugs, families, imprisoned people, journalists, political prisoners, prisoners, pro-life movement.
St Maximilian Kolbe Feast Day is August 14th.
Maximilian was imprisoned in Auschwitz Nazi prison camp. Maximilian ministered to other prisoners, including conducting Mass and delivering communion using smuggled bread and wine. His calm dedication to the faith brought him the worst jobs available, and many beatings. One day, a prisoner: Francis Gajowniczek, was chosen to die as punishment for an escape. Gajowniczek had a wife and small children. Maximilian volunteered to take his place and died a martyr in service to God.
"I asked the Mother of God what was to become of me. Then she came to me holding two crowns, one white, the other red. She asked if I was willing to accept either of these crowns. The white one meant that I should persevere in purity, and the red that I should become a martyr. I said that I would accept them both." - Saint Maximilian Kolbe