The Los Angeles Rams may have won Super Bowl LVI over the Cincinnati Bengals, but students in Catholic schools in both archdioceses are winners as well.
Youngest Head Coach to Win a Super Bowl Is Alum of Atlanta Catholic School
Under the bright lights and falling confetti, surrounded by his team, their families and thousands of fans in SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, Sean McVay raised high the Vince Lombardi Super Bowl championship trophy Feb. 13.
Cincinnati Priest Ministers as Chaplain to Super Bowl-Bound Bengals
With anticipation building for the Super Bowl, Cincinnati Bengals fans are preparing to cheer and pray for their team at the big game Feb. 13 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Former Catholic College Teammates Stick Together in NFL
When the Las Vegas Raiders announced their new head coach and general manager Jan. 28, it was not just sports news but news for Catholic higher education.
Wisconsin Franciscan Sisters Religiously Cheer on Their Green Bay Packers
On the far west side of Manitowoc, atop a hill overlooking picturesque Silver Lake, sits the historic Holy Family Convent.
Remembering Rudy Riska: The Man Behind the Heisman
Rudy Riska died on Sept. 12 at age 85.
NFL Quarterback Philip Rivers to Coach at Catholic High School Upon Retirement
Philip Rivers said he fulfilled one childhood dream by playing quarterback in the NFL. He’ll soon fulfill another by coaching high school football.
Ex-NFL Player Calls on Church Leaders to Speak Up on Gun Violence
Borland has made three requests of Catholic leaders in the wake of recent shootings: To name and condemn white supremacy, to frame gun control as a pro-life position, and to hold Catholic politicians who “use the Lord’s name and talk about God in Christ to get elected and then don’t act once in office and embody those values” accountable.
‘Tebow Time’ Running Out on the Diamond
Due to a recent injury, have we seen the last of former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow in the New York Mets organization?
Flag Football Takes On Whole New Meaning
In continuing a practice started last year by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, NFL players have kneeled, raised their fists or engaged in what many have called disrespectful behavior during the playing of the national anthem before games.