Who Was St. Francis Xavier?

Yes, cooperating with God's plans can come at the expense of our own desires. But it's amazing what can happen as a result, as evidenced by the life and witness of St. Francis Xavier (1506-1552), whose feast day we celebrate on Dec. 3.

Father Dan Cambra, MIC, shares stories about the saint who baptized and instructed more than 30,000 people.

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