Catholics Know Who to Thank Every Day of the Year

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Johnny Sauter thanks the Blessed Mother and the Sacred Heart of Jesus and urgers prayers for the poor souls in purgatory after Nascar win.  An excellent example of public testimony by a Catholic.  Hattip to my pastor Father Haake, Saint Patrick’s parish, for bringing this to my attention.

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. B e a u t i f u l.

    A new father and winner of his race…
    …. honestly giving credit where credit is due.

    thanks for the clip.

  2. I think it would have been more suited to the occasion if he would have simply thanked Our Lady of Victory. While urging prayers for souls in purgatory is a good and noble act of itself, it didn’t seem to really fit the occasion.

  3. Good show I like it. Gutsy. Not sure entirely appropriate. A sign of the cross with head bowed for a few seconds would have been more to my sensibility.

  4. Witnessing to our Catholic faith, to our Lady and Jesus, is appropriate in any situation. We care too much for “appropriateness” in this world which may be part of the reason we find ourselves in the mess we’re in.

  5. Amen!

    Thinking about today’s Gospel, Mr. Sauter took the opportunity to not bury his “talent.”

    Maybe there’s something to this NASCAR thing.

  6. Wow, an unabashedly Catholic evangelizes to the secular world for all to see and you have the gall to criticize him for it, because how he did it isn’t to your delicate sensibilities! Hey you arm-chair quarterbacks go out in public and evangelize in your own way then, or come join me as I knock on doors with the Legion of Mary.

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