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January 10th, 2019
Father Władysław Wiącek was murdered after 20 German Socialist Waffen-Schutzstaffel soldiers forced their way into the Warsaw Jesuit monastery, 61 Rakowiecka Street, where the SS rounded up all occupants and forced them into the boiler room in the basement.
The soldiers then threw grenades into the room, killing almost everyone. Those not instantly killed were filled with machine-gun bullets. Victims included: 25 priests and religious brothers, 12 non-clergy employees as well as over a dozen refugees, on August 2, 1944.
The remains were set on fire, after which a breviary was found with a card with a handwritten note: "I offer myself to You so that nothing remains for me."
VIVA CRISTO REY! Niech żyje Chrystus Król!
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THERESA MARIE MOREAU is an award-winning reporter who covers Catholicism and Communism.