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Leaving behind passion for football and pursuing passion for Christ - Perspectives Daily

August 29, 2017
Jesuit and former Vatican spokesperson Fr. Federico Lombardi turned 75 today. As a Catholic communicator, he held positions within Vatican Television, Vatican Radio and, from 2006 to 2016, was the director of the Holy See Press Office. Salt + Television wishes him many blessings on his birthday.
Catholic News Service shares the story of a young football player in the United States who is choosing to set aside his passion for the sport and discern a vocation to the priesthood.
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