Culture of Life Studies
No Greater Love: Saint Maximilian Kolbe (Printed Version)
This lesson teaches students about the life of St. Maximilian Kolbe—his acceptance of the crowns of purity and martyrdom at a young age, his vocation as a Franciscan priest, his devotion to the Immaculata, his evangelization efforts with his City of the Immaculata, and his martyrdom for the sake of another man. This lesson challenges students to think of ways that they can use their talents to spread the gospel of life. Just as St. Maximilian brought light to the darkness of the Nazi concentration camp, students learn how they can be God’s instruments to bring light to the darkness of the abortion industry through prayer and evangelization efforts.
Use this lesson to supplement a history or religion course. Recommended for 7th grade and up.
Purchase of printed lesson includes
- Overview of St. Maximilian Kolbe’s life and achievements
- Lecture notes about following St. Maximilian’s example to bring light to the darkness of the abortion industry
- Bonus crossword puzzle
- Bonus digital download of the lesson
Permission to use this lesson is granted to the immediate family or classroom of the original purchaser. Schools with more than one classroom using this lesson should purchase additional copies. If you have any questions, please contact Mary Flores at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: After ordering, you will receive a download link for your digital lesson packet via e-mail. Your printed lesson will arrive in your mailbox within one week of ordering.