• As the Catholic chaplain for the Indianapolis Colts, Father Douglas Hunter has access to the training facility, the team meetings and the sidelines during games.

    Father Douglas Hunter, Catholic chaplain for the Indianapolis Colts football team, is pictured in an undated photo with Colts general manager Chris Ballard and Dave Neeson of Catholic Athletes for Christ.

    Father Douglas Hunter, Catholic chaplain for the Indianapolis Colts football team, is pictured in an undated photo with Colts general manager Chris Ballard and Dave Neeson of Catholic Athletes for Christ. Neeson also serves as coordinator of high school youth ministry at St. Louis de Montfort Parish in Fishers, Ind., in the Lafayette Diocese. (CNS photo courtesy of Father Douglas Hunter)

  • CLARA, Ireland (CNS) -- After Massgoers' prayers for golfer Shane Lowry were answered, there was "tremendous excitement" in his rural parish, said Father Joe Deegan, the local priest....

    Irish golfer Shane Lowry is seen with his trophy during a news conference after winning the British Open July 21, 2019, in Portrush, Northern Ireland.  (CNS photo by Paul Childs, pool via Reuters)

    Irish golfer Shane Lowry is seen with his trophy during a news conference after winning the British Open July 21, 2019, in Portrush, Northern Ireland. (CNS photo by Paul Childs, pool via Reuters)

  • Rose Lavelle, who scored three goals for the U.S. women's team at the World Cup and winning the Bronze Ball, was a star player at her Catholic girls high school in Cincinnati. 

    Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle of the U.S. celebrate being awarded the golden ball and bronze ball after winning the FIFA Women's World Cup in Lyon, France, July 7, 2019. (CNS photo by Bernadett Szabo/Reuters)

    Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle of the U.S. celebrate being awarded the golden ball and bronze ball after winning the FIFA Women's World Cup in Lyon, France, July 7, 2019. (CNS photo by Bernadett Szabo/Reuters)

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