Champions of Faith: Catholic Sports Heroes Tell Their Stories

Rowman & Littlefield, 2001 - 230 pages
Are there heroes anymore? What role, if any, does faith play in the life of high-paid, famous athletes? Through the words of a wide range of popular athletes, Champions of Faith reveals that heroes still exist and that for many of those who take their role-model status seriously, faith plays a major part in their success and their witness. Over a period of two years, author Tom O'Toole, a devout Catholic and seasoned journalist, interviewed Catholic sports heroes such as Sammy Sosa, Lou Holtz, Mike Ditka, Dave Wannstedt, Suzie McConnell-Serio, Lenny Wilkens, "Rudy" Ruettiger, Alberto Salazar, Bobby Allison, Danny Abramowicz, Tara Lipinski, Ray Meyers, Fr. John Smyth, and Cammi Granto.

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The Mom Who Was Point Guard The Story of Suzie McConnellSerio
Danny Abramowicz The Prophet Finds a Friend
Mike Ditka An Iron Mike with a Golden Heart
Dave Wannstedt The Coach Who Trusts
Alberto Salazar The Marathon Man and His Inspiring Retirement
Lou Holtz The Skinny Winner Who Knows Our Souls
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Thomas A. O'Toole, an avid sports fan and devout Catholic, earned a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame.

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