Tag Archives: Pope Francis

Training Bras, FutVolley, Keepy Uppy & Other Tales From Marrakech

18 Dec
Jese, excuse me, *Jey M* :ahem: shows off his training bra

Jese, excuse me, *Jey M* (ahem) shows off his training bra.

I’ve got a bit to catch up on. Getting home after 10 PM from work last night didn’t lend itself to posting. It did however feature ordering take out and falling asleep while eating said take out. It was one of those days. Continue reading

Upcoming Match for Peace

28 Aug

Back in early August Lozil brought you news of the Pope organizing the Interreligious Match for Peace or Partita Per La Pace. The match is scheduled to be played on September 1 at Stadio Olympico in Rome at 8:45pm local time (10:45am EST). Continue reading

Pope Francis Organizes Footy Match For Peace

12 Aug

Vatican Pope's TeamSoccer lovin’ pontiff Pope Francis (seen here with a kit from the team he supports, San Lorenzo) has gathered together soccer stars past and present to play a match for peace between Israelis & Palestinians. Continue reading

The Daily Drool: Mauro Cetto

9 Nov

Mauro CettoCenter back Mauro plays for papal favorites San Lorenzo. A Rosario boy like Messi & Di Maria, he has represented Argentina at the U20 level. And much like Sergio Ramos, the man is obviously not afraid to rock color. Bless.

The Daily Drool: Héctor Villalba

24 Sep

Hector Villalba319 year old Argentinean midfielder Héctor plays for San Lorenzo, which as you may recall is the team Pope Francis supports. I love how this bebe is throwing some serious Blue Steel.

The Blancos Keep Rolling Along…

14 Aug

Entrenamiento_del_Real_Madrid (3)While the internationals were off doing their thang, the rest of the team got right down to work preparing for Sunday’s season opener against Betis. Continue reading

UPDATED: When Pipa Met The Pope

13 Aug

Argentinean National Team

I see you, Pipita, peeking over the Pontiff’s shoulder! The Argentine & Italian national teams met with soccer mad Pope Francis (he supports San Lorenzo) today in advance of their much anticipated friendly tomorrow. Continue reading