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Who are the saints and what do we celebrate on “All Saints Day?”

who-are-the-saintsIn the video below, Father Robert Barron explains who the saints are and what we celebrate on “All Saints Day.” One thing the saints all have in common is that they have all become the friends of Christ. The saints differ in a wide variety of personalities, styles, backgrounds, and education. They have vivid, memorable, and striking personalities. Saints are not simply there to be our models or heroes, but are there to be our friends and guide us along the path of holiness. When we celebrate “All Saints Day” we celebrate the source of radiance they bring, which is brought on by their burning love for Christ.

Video transcript

For more information on this topic and many others regarding our Catholic faith, check out Father Robert Barron’s Word on Fire website and resources at WordonFire.org.

About Father Robert Barron

Father Robert Barron is an acclaimed author, speaker, and theologian. He is the rector of Mundelein Seminary near Chicago and the founder of Word On Fire. Fr. Barron is a native of Western Springs, Illinois.