- Antonio Giuliano Nowowiejski
Studied at the seminary of Plock, Poland. Ordained on 10 July 1881 in Plock. Rector of the Plock seminary. Vicar General of Plock in 1902. Bishop of Plock on 12 June 1908. Titular Archbishop of Silyum on 25 November 1930. Known for his deep spiritual and prayer life. Imprisoned with a a group of his priests during the Nazi occupation, he was taken from prison to prison, tortured repeatedly, and eventually allowed to die of abuse. Martyr.
- died of starvation on 28 May 1941 at Dzialdowo death camp, occupied Poland
- buried in an unmarked grave somewhere near the camp
- “Blessed Antoni Julian Nowowiejski“. CatholicSaints.Info. 25 November 2016. Web. 25 February 2017. <>