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Blessed Michał Oziębłowski

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Blessed Michał Oziębłowski

Birth
Powiat grodziski, Mazowieckie, Poland
Death 31 Jul 1942 (aged 41)
Dachau, Landkreis Dachau, Bavaria (Bayern), Germany
Burial Powiat sochaczewski, Mazowieckie, Poland
Memorial ID 210246695 View Source
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Polish Roman Catholic priest.
Son of Antoni Oziemblewski and Marianna Ładowska.
He was born in Izdebno Kościelne, where he was baptized in a local parish church.
He spent his childhood in Oryszew Osada and studied there in elementary school.
He finished junior high school in Skierniewice.
In 1922 he volunteered to the seminary in Warsaw, which he interrupted in 1927 due to tuberculosis.
After convalescence in Oryszew Osada and Otwock, in 1934 he returned to the seminary in Warsaw.
He was ordained a priest on 11 June 1938.
Then he worked as a chaplain in Nowy Przybyszew, from where in 1938 he was transferred to the vicar to Kutno.
After the World War II began, he was held as hostage from 16 September 1939 to 11 November 1939. He was arrested by the Gestapo for pastoral activity on 27 October 1941. After a short stay in the transit camp in Ląd, he was transported to the Dachau concentration camp.
After nine months of hard work, illness, hunger, mating and beating, he died on 31 July 1942.
The body was burned in a crematorium.
He was beatified in a group of 108 martyrs on 13 June 1999.


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