Wow WATCH as a Catholic Nun - Sister Jean Throws the 1st Pitch at the Chicago Cubs Baseball Game at Age 104! VIDEO

A Catholic religious sister named Jean Dolores Schmidt at age 104 years threw the ceremonial first pitch at a Chicago Cubs game on August 28th night (see video below). Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt has long been a national sensation. Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, she recently celebrated her 104th birthday and published a book on her life:
The sister has served as team chaplain for Loyola University-Chicago’s basketball program since 1994. Her game day prayers are famous. Sister Jean has captured the hearts of millions. Her joy and holiness radiate through TV’s, radios and Twitter feeds. According to a profile written in Loyola’s student paper, she was a coach for basketball, volleyball and yo-yo teams in elementary schools in Chicago, Los Angeles and North Hollywood: “In what Sister Jean calls the ‘olden days’, nuns weren’t allowed to go out after dark. When they had night games, Sister Jean’s teams would call the convent at halftime, tell her the score and ask her to pray for them. She belongs to the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Cubs lost the game to the Brewers, with the final score 6-2. She released an inspiring book on her life this year, see at this link:

Sister Jean threw out the first pitch at Wrigley Field on Monday night.

She just recently turned 104.

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