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The Word Hits the Football Field

“I’m a Sportsman,’’ St. John Paul said — he never played Ann Arbor until…

The throne and altar of St. John Paul the Great visits the University of Michigan for Accept the Challenge. Above: Note the similarity of JP’s and the University’s block “M’’ logos in the images above. Photos by Joseph Serwach.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Worlds collide: It’s jolting to see the papal throne of St. John Paul the Great on a football field and realize his coat of arms looks like it was meant for the University of Michigan.

“It was meant to be,’’ our friend Rory Clark, one of the…




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Joseph Serwach

Joseph Serwach

Story + Identity = Mission. Author, Writer: Journalism, Leadership Culture, Communications, Religion, Education, History. Inspiration: Catholic, Polish.

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