TWO WORLDS IN COLLISION
A dual biography of a great (Catholic) saint and one of the greatest criminals to ever scourge mankind during World War II, this accomplishes what separate biographies of the two men could only suggest. It show the inevitable deadly collision of the two worlds that each represented, a collision of good and evil.
In the process this double biography reveals mankind's last last real hope for deliverance from the crazed, satanic forces that afflicts it.
Rarely, has the conflict of two opposing worlds been so dramatized and epitomized as in the stories of St. Maximilian M. Kolbe, a Catholic Franciscan Priest, and Rudolf Hoess, a Nazi Concentration Camp Kommandant
By Ladislause Kluz, O.C.D | Softcover | 261 pages | Dimentions – 0.5 (d) x 6 (w) x 9 (l) inches