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New York Times profiles devout Catholic baseball manager

CWN - August 03, 2011

The New York Times offers a portrait of a major-league baseball manager--Jack McKeon of the Florida Marlins--who sustains his Catholic faith by attending Mass each morning.

McKeon makes a point of finding a Catholic church in each of the cities where his team plays, and acquainting himself with the schedule of services.

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  • Posted by: DrJazz - Aug. 03, 2011 3:51 PM ET USA

    Very cool. For those who love baseball and want to learn a little more, check out Jack McKeon in the "Champions of Faith" DVD.

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