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London Olympics and spiritual nourishment

July 4, 2012
When athletes take to the field at the London Olympics in a few weeks, spectators from around the world will be watching an cheering on there favourite athletes. One group in particular will be watching from front row seats.
About 190 chaplains of various faiths will be counted among the members of the London 2012 organization, including a Catholic priest and a deacon.
London's Catholic Herald has a feature interview with Fr. Geoff Hilton, who will be ministering to athletes during the games.
Photo of Fr. Geoff Hilton, courtesy of Catholic News Service
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