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  • CAC Mourns Passing of Notre Dame H.S. (Trenton, N.J.) Coach John McKenna


    July 2, 2021
    CAC recently lost a great friend, brother in Christ, and representative of CAC when Strength and Conditioning Coach John McKenna of Notre Dame High School in Trenton, N.J., passed away... Read More
  • CAC’s Ministry Featured in The Arlington Catholic Herald


    May 26, 2021
    Catholic Athletes for Christ (CAC), and its MLB and NFL ministry programs, was featured in the Arlington (Va.) Diocese’s biweekly newspaper, The Arlington Catholic Herald. The article focuses on CAC’s... Read More
  • Black History Month Focus on Buck O’Neil


    February 12, 2021
    In recognition of Black History Month, Catholic Athletes for Christ (CAC) wishes to recognize the contributions of Buck O’Neil to baseball and, more importantly, to racial recognition, understanding, and unity.... Read More
  • CAC Offers Condolences on the Recent Passing of L.A. Dodgers HOF Manager Tom Lasorda


    January 20, 2021
    CAC President/Founder Ray McKenna offers condolences on the recent passing of CAC friend and Hall of Fame Manager Tom Lasorda: “To the entire Lasorda family, the CAC community is praying... Read More
  • CAC’s Virtual Consecration to St. Joseph Featured in Brooklyn Diocese Newspaper


    December 29, 2020
    CAC’s virtual 33-Day Consecration to St. Joseph was featured in the Brooklyn Diocese newspaper, The Tablet. Click here to read about the consecration.... Read More
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'Sport, properly directed, develops character, makes a man courageous, a generous loser, and a gracious victor; it refines the senses, gives intellectual penetration, and steels the will to endurance. It is not merely a physical development then. Sport, righly understood, is an occupation of the whole man, and while perfecting the body as an instrument of the mind, it also makes the mind itself a more refined instrument for the search and communication of truth and helps man to achieve that end to which all others must be subservient, the service and praise of his Creator.' -- Pope Pius XII, Sport at the Service of the Spirit, July 29, 1945

 

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