- St. Maximillian Kolbe patron saint socks
- Vivid colors for dressy or daily wear
- Joyful way to display the faith
- Honor this heroic martyr and lover of Mary
Wear these bold and joyful socks as a reminder to strive for holiness, and not to fear sacrifice. They honor St. Maximillian Kolbe, who at age 12 had a vision of the Virgin Mary. She held two crowns: one white, for purity, and one red, for martyrdom. She asked if he would accept either of the crowns. He asked for both. Founder of the Militia of the Immaculata (Army of Mary), he desired to convert the whole world to Jesus through Mary. Imprisoned in Auschwitz during WWII, he offered his life for a young father who was about to be executed. The soles read, "Who are you, O Immaculate Conception?" in honor of his desire to know and love Mary. For those devoted to Our Lady and those seeking to live greater holiness. Patron Saint of amateur radio operators, drug addicts, political prisoners, families, journalists, and prisoners. A unique Catholic gift. Collect them all!