2019 Catholic Athletes for Christ Courage Award Ceremony
Cardinal O’Hara High School, Springfield
Start Date and Time:
Wednesday, May 8 at 7 p.m.
End Date and Time
Wednesday, May 8 at 9 p.m.
Please join the Philadelphia Catholic Athletes for Christ during their second annual Courage Award Ceremony. The courage award is given to student-athletes while excelling in sports and academics and are leaders in their communities.
The event will be held at Cardinal O’Hara High School. Cost is free. Family and friends of the recipients are welcome to attend.
This year Father Rob Hagan, chaplain of the football and men’s basketball teams at Villanova University, will be the keynote speaker.
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