Openness About Mental Illness Makes College Football Players and Us Stronger Than Ever
All posts by Emanuel Werner, SJ
Originally from Columbus, Ohio (GO BUCKEYES!), Emanuel is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati (GO CATS!) and earned a graduate degree in counseling at the University of Dayton (GO FLYERS!). He finds himself reading all kinds of philosophy and, believe it or not, loves every minute of it! He enjoys good friends, good football (WHO DEY!), decent baseball (GO REDS!) and great hockey (GO JACKETS!). OK… he knows the Columbus Blue Jackets are not great yet but they will be! In the end, it is the life of Jesus Christ and the lives of the saints that inspire him most to do good in the world through the love of God and neighbor.
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The Storybook Ending of the Stanley Cup Finals
A Jesuit hockey fanatic offers a running diary of Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals between the St. Louis Blues and the Boston Bruins. The Blues won the game for a storybook ending to a remarkable comeback season.
One-Minute Homily: “Messengers of Joy”
Mary brings the joy of the Lord through a simple greeting. How can we bring Christ to others? Check out this week's #1MinHomily by Emanuel Werner, SJ. Based on the readings for Sunday, December 23, 2018, which you can find here: https://bit.ly/2Beg4XG
Lady Gaga: Missionary to the Marginalized
A prophetic voice who challenges us to change our prejudices and love others as they are, not as we expect or want them to be.
October Sports Fever
Best time of the year for sports! Check our picks- will your team finish on top?
Greatness and Teamwork: The Real Draw of College Football
It’s the most popular sport in the U.S. Why do we even watch??
One-Minute Homily: “Waiting on the World to Change”
How often are we like the Apostles at the Ascension: just staring and waiting for the world to change? In this week's One-Minute Homily, Emanuel Werner, SJ, reminds us that we can't just wait around. Based on the readings for Sunday, May 13, 2018, which you can find...
The Devotion of an Olympian
For the next two weeks in Pyeongchang, South Korea, the world will celebrate an athletic tradition which began near Mount Olympus in mainland Greece in honor of Zeus in 776 BCE. Athleticism at its finest reveals the tremendous potential of the human person to exercise...
Super Bowl or Roman Colosseum?
The abuse of people and athletes during the Super Bowl is alarming. What do we do about it?