Faith and football with breakfast Oct. 12

Retired Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek, a Catholic, after his team’s win against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
CNS photo/Michael Pytleski, The Catholic Spirit. Above, Father Dudo, a priest of the Camden Diocese, will speak about his experience of being at the big game.

The Catholic Business Networking breakfast this month will focus on the Philadelphia Eagles and their 2018 Super Bowl win.

Father Nicholas Dudo, will share his firsthand experience — what this team is like and what it was like to travel to Minneapolis — about this landmark Super Bowl.

Father Nicholas Dudo has been assisting the Catholic Chaplaincy of the Eagles since 2010. He was ordained in 2008 after 15 years working in the food service industry. In the Diocese of Camden, Father Dudo has served Our Lady of Hope Parish in Blackwood, and was named the pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Galloway in 2011. He currently serves as the Vicar for Clergy for the Diocese of Camden.

Father Tom Barcellona, pastor of Christ the Redeemer Parish in Atco, has been the Catholic Chaplain to the Eagles since 2004 and received a Super Bowl ring along with the players. It will be on display at the breakfast.

Father Thomas Barcellona, pastor of Galloway Township’s Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, shows off his Super Bowl bling, which he received as chaplain for the 2018 Super Bowl LII Champion Philadelphia Eagles. Photo by James A. McBride

The Catholic Business Networking Breakfast will be held on Friday, Oct. 12, 7:30 a.m., at Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill. To register, click here.

Centered on the Apostolic Tradition of bearing the Gospel message through witness, worship and community, the Catholic Business Network of South Jersey (CBNSJ) seeks to provide fellowship and development to those pursuing the union of faith and industry.