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    Just Love Looks at World Youth Day in Panama & Memorable National Anthem Performances at the Superbowl

    On this week’s episode of Just Love, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan talks about the 14th International World Youth Day taking place in Panama this week, as well as some memorable performances of our National Anthem at the Superbowl over the years. Christopher White is a National Correspondent for the online Catholic news service CRUX. Christopher is reporting on the 14th International World Youth Day taking place this week from Wednesday, January 22nd through Sunday, January 27th. He has attended two previous World Youth Days in Madrid in 2011, and Krakow in 2016 and will be sharing with our listeners his impressions on the ground, and what participants have been sharing with him of…

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    The History of Sports Then and Now

    This recent episode of JustLove focuses on The History of Sports Then and Now with guests Dr. Bennet Omalu, Forensic Pathologist and Neurologist, Founder and President of Bennet Omalu Pathology and Mark Naison, Professor of History and African American Studies at Fordham University. Dr. Bennet Omalu speaks with Monsignor Sullivan about his discovery of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) and its effects on NFL football players. Whereas Prof. Mark Naison talks about sports history.    

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    Tune In to JustLove This Week to Join the Discussion on Domestic Violence and Outreach Services for Its Survivors

    On JustLove this week, Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Joyce Mahoney, Program and Outreach Services Director of Harbor House. Msgr. and Joyce discuss the phenomenon of domestic violence, and how Catholic Charities agencies can be a first line of defense to help victims. Also on the show is Dr. Billy J. Hawkins, PhD, Professor of Sports Management and Policy in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Georgia. Dr. Hawkins and Msgr. discuss what role “sportsmanship” plays in today’s NFL in light of the recent controversies involving football players, Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson.