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Olympic Athletes and there Cathoilc Faith
Catholics and Catholic Schools are very proud of our Olympians. Sacred Heart Schools, founded by the Society of the Sacred Heart named nine of their students or former students: Katie Ledecky, Lia Neal, Anabelle Smith, KK Clark, Mary Joe Fenandez, Gaby Lopez, Gabi Nance, Erin Rafuse, and Denise Sheldon. Jesuits also published the names of Jesuit-Educated Athletes such as Missy Franklin, Joe Maloy, Thomas Jaeschke and Julie Johnston among others. And of course athletes that had been very open about being Christian or Catholic such as Simon Biles and Sydney McLaughlin and other athletes both from the US and from other countries. Thank you so much for bringing Christ to the Olympics!
Katie Ledecky, Swimming
"I think the beauty of Catholicism is its consistency through both successes and difficulties. I’ve counted on my faith to give me strength through both training and competition — but also in school, with my family and everyday life." Read more
Lia Neal, Swimming
"I think one of the most important things is to be humble and have a sense of humility in whatever one does," she said. "I also tend to think of and thank God whenever I accomplish something great." Read more HERE
Joe Maloy, Triathlon Racing
“I’m a product of the support I received growing up at home,” Read more
Simone Biles, Gymnastics
In a recent interview with Us Magazine, the athlete unpacked her Olympic bag, explaining the significance of each item. Along with her bottled water, bobby pins, Beats headphones and cheetah-print umbrella, Biles carries a white rosary.
"My mom, Nellie, got me a rosary at church," she told the magazine. "I don't use it to pray before a competition. I'll just pray normally to myself, but it's there just in case." Read more HERE
Sydney McLaughlin, Track and Field
“Sticking to what I know and believing that everything I’ve been given comes from God definitely played a big role for me,” Read more
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