Basilica of St. Mary Immaculate
The Basilica of St. Mary Immaculate (Teresin, Poland), also known as the Shrine of St. Maximilian Kolbe, was built in the 20th century as part of the Niepokalanów monastery, founded by Friar Kolbe, who was later canonized as Saint-martyr of the Church. Started as a monastery to host the Conventual brothers with their devotion to the Virgin, during the Second World War the site provided shelter for many soldiers and refugees hit by the war, while it reopened its printing house after the end of the conflict in 1945. The Church and the monastery where St. Maximilian had lived rapidly became a site of pilgrimage for many and today they provide a place for spiritual renewal and growth in faith and devotion.
Practical information on the streaming
The Basilica offers an online broadcast service under the following YouTube link.