lang :: lang :: lang :: lang :: lang :: lang
   st_menu Main page

   st_menu About the Five

   st_menu Biographies

   st_menu Letters

   st_menu Contact
linia_menu_lewe

FROM THE LETTERS

...

Edzio Klinik

...


linia_menu_lewe

SSWM

linia_menu_lewe

RECOMMENDED

Don BOSCO

Bosko.pl

www.sdb.org

Biographies


    CZESŁAW JÓŹWIAK (1919 - 1942)

        CZESŁAW JÓŹWIAK
  • He had three siblings.
  • His father worked in investigation police department.
  • He had average grades at school.
  • He could tell lively historical stories for hours, what arouse interest among younger boys.
  • He was called “dad” in the oratory.
  • The leader of the Five.
  • The president of the Association of Immaculate Mary.
  • An actor and a chorister.
  • Arrested at the age of 20.
  • During imprisonment he “did a lot of good to others”, sharing his food and clothing with other prisoners.




    EDWARD KLINIK (1919 - 1942)

        EDWARD KLINIK
  • Son of a locksmith.
  • He had two siblings. The eldest became an Ursuline sister.
  • When he was learning in Oświęcim, he was a president of a student school board.
  • He was a mediocre student, but his kindness and helpfulness won him respect and friendship of others.
  • A president of the local Sodality of Our Lady.
  • An actor and a chorister.
  • He worked in a building company during occupation.
  • He was arrested as the first from the Five; he was 20 then.
  • In prison he wrote a 48-pages prayer book, which he used to pray with his friends.




    JAROGNIEW WOJCIECHOWSKI (1922 - 1942)

        JAROGNIEW WOJCIECHOWSKI
  • He had an elder sister.
  • When he was 11, his father left because of drunkenness.
  • He sung in a choir, played the piano and even composed himself. He also performed as an actor.
  • An eager ministrant.
  • For financial reasons he dropped from secondary school, completed one-year vocational school and then worked at chemist's.
  • Arrested at the age of 18.
  • When he was imprisoned in Wronki, his mother died.




    FRANCISZEK KĘSY (1920 - 1942)

        FRANCISZEK KĘSY
  • He had four siblings.
  • His father, a trained carpenter, worked at municipal power station in Poznań.
  • Delicate and sensitive, was often ill.
  • He dreamt about becoming a priest in the Salesian Society.
  • Helpful, kind and cheerful.
  • An actor and a chorister.
  • His deep faith strongly influenced lives and apostolic commitment of his friends.
  • During occupation worked as a house painter.
  • Arrested at the age of 19.




    EDWARD KAŹMIERSKI (1919 - 1942)

        EDWARD KAŹMIERSKI
  • He had five sisters.
  • At the age of 4, he lost his father, and therefore he was raised in poor material conditions.
  • He was small, lively and impulsive.
  • When he was a student, he was doing a casual job to help the family.
  • Talented in music. Thanks to the Salesians he learnt to play the piano, the accordion and the violin. He also sung solo parts in a choir and wanted to become an organist.
  • In the oratory he was called “a composer”.
  • He liked going to the theatre, to the opera or to the cinema. He also appeared in theatre performances staged in the oratory and other places in Poznań.
  • He was passionately fond of sport and sports games.
  • He wanted to have a family. Therefore, he prayed for his future wife.
  • During occupation he kept working as an apprentice in a metalworking shop.
  • Arrested at the age of 20.
  • In prison he was liked even by ordinary criminals.
  • He treated his mother and sisters with much love.

FRANCISZEK KĘSY
(1920 - 1942)


FRANCISZEK KĘSY
  • He had four siblings.
  • His father, a trained carpenter, worked at municipal power station in Poznań.
  • Delicate and sensitive, was often ill.
  • He dreamt about becoming a priest in the Salesian Society.
  • Helpful, kind and cheerful.
  • An actor and a chorister.
  • His deep faith strongly influenced lives and apostolic commitment of his friends.
  • During occupation worked as a house painter.
  • Arrested at the age of 19.


powered by    

ikah.net