"Fountain of Grace" Upcoming TV Program

Air date: April 29 / 30, 2017
Brief description: During the Second World War, St. Maximilian Kolbe was arrested by the German Gestapo and imprisoned in Auschwitz concentration camp. He volunteered to die for a fellow inmate. Fountain of Grace takes a look at how St. Maximilian Kolbe brought love and hope to those around him in the darkest place on earth.

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St. Maximilian Kolbe: Knight of the Immaculate Brief description: Maximilian Kolbe was a Polish Franciscan priest. He had gone through different trials throughout his life, yet his love for God had never been shaken. Through consecration to Jesus through Mary, he strove to bring as many people to God as possible. Fountain of Grace takes you to Marytown - the National Shrine of St. Maximilian Kolbe for an in-depth look at his life.

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