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Football-Playing Seminarian Tells of Return From Hell’s Doorstep

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Nov 22, 2020.

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    Chad Cheramie Jr. finds peace of mind in silent adoration.

    From the very start of his high-school career, Chad Cheramie Jr. became known as a football player. The offensive lineman made the varsity team in his freshman year — an uncommon feat — and continued to succeed on the field.

    Cheramie’s life off the field, however, was another story. Things got so bleak, in fact, that they almost ended in an early death. The turning point came when Cheramie said a prayer that “gave God another chance” and eventually led the athlete to making mission trips with the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS). Today, Cheramie’s faith journey continues at St. Joseph Abbey and Seminary College in Covington, Louisiana.

    Cheramie spoke with the Register about his growing relationship with Christ and other aspects of the Catholic faith in what would have been his junior year of football at Nicholas State University (NSU) in Thibodaux, Louisiana.

    Of all the sports to play, what drew you to football?

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    Football-Playing Seminarian Tells of Return From Hell’s Doorstep
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