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Team Aleteia


St. Maximillian Kolbe (1894–1941)
Kolbe was sent to Auschwitz for his opposition to the Nazis. He gave his life for a fellow prisoner.
Bl. Karl Leisner (1915-1945)
Leisner was sent to Dachau and was secretly ordained a priest there by a French bishop. He was called the "Angel of Dachau" for his example of holiness.
St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein) (1891–1942)
A Jewish convert to Catholicism, Stein was sent to Auschwitz and died in a gas chamber.
Bl. Michael Kozal (1893–1943)
Kozal was a new bishop who was sent to Dachau, refusing to submit to demands made by the Gestapo.
Bl. Titus Brandsma (1881-1942)
Brandsma fought against Nazi ideology as a journalist and priest. He was quickly sent to Dachau.
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