Faith Bowl III
“Faith Bowl III,” a half-hour, round-table discussion by sports celebrities about the challenges of living the Catholic faith and the challenges to family life amidst the public arena of professional sports, aired on several Catholic television broadcast outlets and networks in conjunction with Super Bowl XLIV, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010.
This is the third consecutive year that Family Theater produced Faith Bowl in collaboration with Catholic Athletes for Christ
and the Knights of Columbus
This year’s program features:
- Mike Piazza, a retired catcher after a 16-year career in Major League Baseball, mostly with the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers. He was a 12-time All-Star and the 1993 National League “Rookie of the Year.”
- Mike Sweeney, a designated hitter for the Seattle Mariners in 2009, a 15-year MLB veteran and five-time selection to the All-Star team as a Kansas City Royal.
- Bobby Keppel, a relief pitcher for the Minnesota Twins. He appeared in 37 games in 2009 and was the winning pitcher of the Twins’ playoff game with the Detroit Tigers for the American League Central Division title. He is the “Faith Bowl III” moderator.