Father Dan & The Saints

What happens when the wine runs dry, the women run away, the song grows hoarse, and your very own boots take a walk?
Saint Anthony the Hermit chose solitude to fight the devil within. Check out the latest in Fr. Dan Cambra's series on the saints
Father Dan Cambra, MIC, tells why St. Louis is such an example for leaders, fathers, and husbands.
Saint Daniel the Stylite has a lesson for us today, but it doesn't involve us having to roost upon a pillar, so that's a relief.
He was a great peacemaker, from here to eternity: St. Nicholas of Tolentino. Have you heard of him?
In his latest video on the saints, Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, turns his eyes to purgatory and what it all means.
A martyr? Probably. A powerful intercessor? Without a doubt.
If you have never heard of Expedite, don't blame yourself. Check out the latest in Fr. Dan's series on the saints.
In the latest in his series on the saints, Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, talks about the "apostle to the apostles."
As Chris Sparks has written, "Mount Carmel" sounds like a Marian candy of some sort." Well, she does bring sweetness and joy. Here's how.
Our story begins with a walking stick and a lily.
Father Dan Cambra, MIC, shares his thoughts on a powerful passage from St. Faustina's Diary in which she visits "a prison of suffering."