ST. MAXIMILIAN KOLBE STATUE
St. Maximilian Kolbe is depicted as a Franciscan, wearing the habit of the Order. He wears glasses and on one shoulder a blue and white striped shirt he wore as a prisoner in Auschwitz, which features the number “16670” and a red triangle with the letter “P”. This is the number he was branded with when he was imprisoned, and the “P” means he was Polish. He is also holding two blue books.and a gold rosary.He is standing on a burgundy base. St. Maximilian Kolbe is the patron saint of those who struggle with drug addiction, people with eating disorders, families, journalists, amateur radio operators, prisoners, and the pro-life movement. Measures 3 ¼”W x 8 ½”H x 3"D. Made of a plaster resin mix.
These unique statues are made in Colombia. Each one is individually hand-painted by talented women who are either widows, single mothers, or those who are sole providers for their families. Slight color and design variations may occur.