By ELENA LA DOLCETTA
Faith can be seen everywhere in sports; runners who cross themselves after breaking a new record. Soccer players who celebrate their winning goal by folding their hands in prayer. The Olympic Games even began as a religious festival. On the University of Mary Washington campus some student athletes consider sports and religion to be deeply intertwined. However with their busy schedules many student athletes find it difficult to stay active in their faith.
By SUSANNAH TOMBES
Easter Sunday is my favorite day of the entire year because of the hope that it gives me, and what it represents for my faith as a Catholic. Easter for my family is not about the Easter bunny and egg hunts. For us, it’s a chance to be with each other and celebrate the sacrifice and gift of Christ’s death and resurrection.
On Nov. 8, 1960, the presidency transformed forever. That evening, the American electorate propelled John F. Kennedy through the stained glass ceiling, granting him the dubious distinction of being the first Catholic president. As the ceiling shattered, so did the notion that the presidency was the property of Protestants.
By MORGAN THOMPSON
This past Tuesday the UMW men’s baseball team, who was recently crowned Capial Athletic Conference champions over the weekend, continued their winning streak at Dickinson Stadium against Landmark conference stand-out Catholic University.
The Eagles triumphed …