Michigan Wolverines guard Charles Matthews tries to defend a shot from Villanova Wildcats guard Donte DiVincenzo in the NCAA men's basketball championship April 2 in San Antonio. Villanova defeated Michigan, 79-62, winning its second championship in three years. (CNS photo/ Robert Deutsch, USA TODAY Sports via Reuters)
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A new Vatican document considers the impact of sports on society, the pursuit of the common good and the unity of the human family.
Villanova's Josh Hart (3) takes a shot past Seton Hall defenders Michael Nzei, (1) of Nigeria, and Khadeen Carrington (0) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, in Newark, N.J. Villanova won 92-70. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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What should Catholics think about the money-making potential of big-time sports in universities?
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I believe in the love that you gave me,