Georgia State Univerisity's Men's Basketball coach shared the team's spirit of gratitude in a recent post-game interview. He noted that the group prayers before and after every game and reflect on how blessed they are to play collegiate basketball.
“For someone so small, she often appears ubiquitous, showing up in the spaces she is most needed: ‘I love being with people, spreading God’s word. And you do that not by talking all the time, but just by your presence.'”
She and two other retired Sisters of the Charity of Blessed Virgin Mary are focused on the flat screen television in their apartment on the northwest side of Chicago, about nine miles from the campus that has become the center of the city’s attention — as much for a charismatic, feisty nun as the basketball team.