Here is a guy, Philip Rivers, a devote Catholic, who puts up remarkable numbers every year and leads his team (the San Diego Chargers) in the playoff hunt almost every year. Sure he doesn’t kneel down after every touchdown and clutch his fist as some manner of giving glory to God, but he does do the Sign of the Cross (the oldest visible public expression of our faith), he prays the Rosary, attends Mass faithfully, receives the Sacraments, and, along with his wife, leads the type of life that Catholics can be proud to wear his jersey and buy tickets to his game, without knowing in the forefront of their head that he will be using some of his wealth to promote the ongoing Protestant war against the Catholic Church and the division of Christianity in the Philippines.