SportsLeader Ministry

Virtue Strength


SportsLeader is a Catholic virtue-based formation program for coaches of all ages. Our four pillars are: Virtue, Mentoring, Ceremony and Catholic Identity. It is for boys, girls, young men and young women. It is for schools and teams who are interested in a structured, intentional and specific method and curriculum to help teach virtue.  It is flexible, easy to implement and is designed for the coach to integrate into their practice schedule. We can customize the program for your needs. The four pillars of our program are: Virtue, Mentoring, Ceremony and Catholic Identity. We have many other traditions, activities and events for those interested in more.

4 Pillars

Four Pillars of SportsLeader


Knowing and doing what is good, true, beautiful, right. Willpower is for when you don’t feel like it.

Catechism of Catholic Church (CCC) # 1803: A virtue is an habitual and firm disposition to do the good. It allows the person not only to perform good acts, but to give the best of himself. The virtuous person tends toward the good with all his sensory and spiritual powers; he pursues the good and chooses it in concrete actions.

The goal of a virtuous life is to become like God.

CCC# 1804: Human virtues are firm attitudes, stable dispositions, habitual perfections of intellect and will that govern our actions, order our passions, and guide our conduct according to reason and faith. They make possible ease, self-mastery, and joy in leading a morally good life. The virtuous man is he who freely practices the good.

The moral virtues are acquired by human effort. They are the fruit and seed of morally good acts; they dispose all the powers of the human being for communion with divine love.


Reinforce the virtue 1 on 1 with each player more personally


Celebrate the virtue, strengthen relationships, communicate the virtue


Grow closer to God and our Catholic Faith

CCC # 2000: Sanctifying grace is an habitual gift, a stable and supernatural disposition that perfects the soul itself to enable it to live with God, to act by his love. Habitual grace, the permanent disposition to live and act in keeping with God's call, is distinguished from actual graces which refer to God's interventions, whether at the beginning of conversion or in the course of the work of sanctification.

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