Zygmunt Gorazdowski was born in Sanok to a politician. The polish roman Zygmunt Gorazdowski lived between 1st November 1845 and 1st January 1920. His baptism took place on November 9, 1845, just a few days after birth. He was a catholic priest and was key in founding the Sisters of Saint Joseph. Zygmunt Gorazdowski took time off training to be a priest during his youth due to tuberculosis.
Once he achieved his dream and was finally ordained, Zygmunt Gorazdowski spent most of his time setting up homes for orphans and hospices for the terminally ill or aging.
He spared no ink when writing up notes for catechism and other religious notes for his catholic congregants. His caring nature earned him the title Servant of God, and he was titled Venerable by Pope John Paul II on 26th June 2001. Later on, Zygmunt Gorazdowski was canonized as a saint by Pope Benedict XVI on 23rd October 2005.
His beatification took place on 26th June 2001 in Lviv Hippodrome, Ukraine. Pope John Paul II conducted the ceremony. Since starting his studies as a priest, Zygmunt Gorazdowski never looked back and gave his faith his wholehearted devotion. This unmetered generosity to society earned him the love of his fellow Christians and the title of saint.