Father Dan & The Saints

Father Dan Cambra, MIC, digs deeply into the 14th century to tell the story of St. Rita of Cascia, the miracle worker whose feast day is May 22.

Father Dan Cambra, MIC, offers a reflection on the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the Holy Souls in Purgatory.

... and what was her most extraordinary gift, anyway? On her feast day, Aug. 23, Father Dan Cambra, MIC, introduces us to St. Rose of Lima (1586-1617), a powerful intercessor in Heaven and first saint of the Americas.

Saint Maximilian Kolbe is one of the 20th century's most famous saints and influential priests. Why? Father Dan Cambra, MIC, explains.

A sickly child becomes a healthy and robust son of the Holy Catholic Church, and thank God for it!

During the Counter-Reformation, the stakes got high, so St. Francis de Sales anted up to win souls. We celebrate his feast day on Jan. 24.

Who was he? One of the Church's greatest intellects.
Father Dan Cambra's series on the saints turns to the Patron Saint of the Impossible.
Saint Valentine, a martyr of the early Church, was all heart. Listen in to Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, reflect on this most famous of the little-known saints.
He's the youngest non-martyr to be canonized in the Catholic Church. What made him so saintly? Father Dan Cambra, MIC, explains.
We celebrate the Feast of Blessed George Matulaitis on Jan. 27. Meet the man who saved the Marian Fathers from extinction.
Oct. 5 is St. Faustina's feast day - With all due respect to the communion of saints, St. Faustina was not just any old saint. Father Dan explains.

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