We may not be Michael Phelps in the pool, writes Tony Homsy, SJ, but watching him can help us “fight the good fight.”
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One of the Olympic traditions is following a sport, an athlete, or even the medal count with a nearly religious devotion. TJP offers a few recommendations.
Brexit is not the only EU saga worth paying attention to. Michael Rossmann, SJ describes why you should check out Euro Cup 2016.
It’s not just for athletes and the First Couple. Michael Rossmann, SJ writes that we could all use a little more congratulatory touch.
The Warriors just broke the record of this Chicagoan’s childhood heroes, but Sean Barry, SJ, finds Golden State too great to hate.
An NFL QB’s commitment to winning makes Dan Everson, SJ think about his vow of chastity.
The Spirit came to proclaim liberty to captives and bring eyesight to the blind. Perry Petrich S.J. sees in Beyoncé one fierce vessel of grace.
Ken Homan explores why it might be time for him to give up America’s favorite sport.
It’s that time of year again. Michael Rossmann, SJ describes the seasonal disorder of yelling at college kids while watching football.
Jason Heyward’s defection from St. Louis to Chicago reminds Dan Everson, SJ, that he ought to hope in something deeper than baseball.