Who Cares about the Saints? New DVD

Loyola Productions has just completed a new DVD called "Who Cares about the Saints," which is designed to introduce the stories of some of the most popular of the church’s saints to a new generation. With some of my own commentary, coupled with terrific footage, photos, images and graphics, the DVD aims to attract not only the most devout of Catholics but those completely unfamiliar with the lives of the saints. Here is an excerpt from the segment on Mother Teresa. To order a copy for yourself, your parish or your school, you can go here to Loyola Productions. I hope it may make you feel closer to the great cloud of witnesses who act as our patrons and companions!

James Martin, S.J.

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8 years 9 months ago
Thanks for the heads up on this new DVD. I'll order it this week. I also want to let you know how much I've enjoyed reading your book, 'My Life with the Saints.' It's one of the best books I've ever read.

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