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Prince Jan Franciszek Czartoryski or Blessed Michał (19 February 1897–6 September 1944) was a Polish noble, and a Dominican friar.
Jan Franciszek Czartoryski
|Born||19 February 1897|
|Died||6 September 1944 (aged 47)|
|Venerated in||Catholic Church|
|Beatified||13 June 1999, Warsaw by John Paul II|
John Czartoryski was born in Pelkinie (Jaroslaw) on 19 February 1897. He was an activist of the young organisation "Odrodzenie" ("Rebirth") in Lwów. During the Warsaw Uprising he was the chaplain of the Armia Krajowa Group "Konrad", and was shot by German troops.
Czartoryski was beatified on 13 June 1998 among the 108 Polish Martyrs of World War II.
Feast Day is 6 September.
- ^ a b "Beato Michele (Giovanni) Czartoryski" [Blessed Michael (John) Czartoryski]. Enciclopedia dei Santi (in Italian). 18 October 2000 – via Santiebeati.it.
- Czartoryski Jerzy at czartoryski.fm.interia.pl