About the SaintCast

Dr. Paul Camarata is the producer of The SaintCast.  Using his past experience as a broadcaster, educated in western Kansas by the Capuchin Franciscans, and with a love for the stories of the Saints, he has answered Blessed Pope John Paul’s call for the new evangelization by putting together a series of podcasts whose aim is to help others learn of the lives of these holy men and women, who have lived lives of heroic virtue.  With profiles of these holy heroes, interviews, and through ‘soundseeing’ tours, Paul takes the listener from the catacombs of Rome, to the Areopagus Hill in Athens, to San Giovanni Rotondo, and to churches and holy places frequented by the saints all over the world.  Taking a light-hearted approach to recounting these stories, he helps bring stories of the saints alive in our daily lives, in a format that is both informative and entertaining.  The SaintCast pledges complete fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.

Paul lives in the Kansas City metropolitan area, is married over 25 years to a true saint, with three wonderful children.  When he’s not podcasting, he practices neurological surgery.


Suggestions, comments, and emails are always welcome, as is voice feedback at +1.312.235.2278.

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13 responses to “About the SaintCast”

      • If you any assistance please do not hesitate to reach out, your podcast is so inspiring to those that hear the stories. You have gift of humanizing the saints help all who listen realize that they can also be saints.

      • If you need any assistance please do not hesitate to reach out, your podcast is so inspiring to those that hear the stories. You have a gift of humanizing the saints, helping all who listen realize that they can also be saints.

  1. I recently started to listen to podcasts, and I feel blessed and fortunate to come across Saintcast. You have a gift for bringing your content to life, and I can only imagine how much time and effort it takes to put together such a high quality production. If you decide to resume doing these again, I would be ecstatic, but if it is not meant to be, thank you for all you have done.

  2. Great idea!! I hope you will include some of the amazing Eastern Orthodox saints in your podcast.

  3. Thanks you so much for these pod casts. Please, please continue. They are so inspiring. I used to listen to you tube, keeping up to date about the crisis in the church. But all the doom and gloom sucked the joy from me. So now I listen to apologetics pods casts and especially the lives of the saints which bring so much joy and strength. I was especially touched to hear about Proff. Jerome Lejeune because I have a son who has Down Syndrome. You have a gift for this and a lovely voice. I will pray for this ministry and perhaps, God willing, there will be a way for it to continue. Thank you for what you have given so far and God Bless.

    • Thanks for your kind words, Helen. I would like to resume podcasting in the near future, and am desperately looking for the time available, which has been scarce since I took my latest job. Professor Lejeune was a wonderful man who lived a life of heroic virtue. He is a model physician for all of us. He showed us how persons with Down Syndrome have a perfectly normal sense of art, beauty, compassion, friendship – that perhaps we value intellect a bit too much in our world. My prayers are with you and your son.

  4. Dear Paul,
    Over this year I’ve listened to every one of your podcasts but now I’m finished so now I will begin to play them all over again. Thank you. Bless you. I am so inspired. When you start again I will be here!
    Paula Nelsen

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