Joel Embiid Showed Up For Mass at St. Kevin in Springfield Last Night

Joel Embiid attended mass at St. Kevin Parish in Springfield last night.

Nothing like an NBA superstar randomly popping by Sunday evening mass at a small Catholic church in Delco. Photo evidence galore from St. Kevin’s own post:

Fun fact: I grew up going to St. Kevin’s for both mass and CCD before I broke PAROCHIAL BOUNDARIES and went to St. Francis for seventh and eighth grade for reasons I still don’t understand. Whatever. St. Kevin’s is the OG Springfield parish, and apparently it’s the one Embiid has chosen for his spiritual guidance. Something tells me mass next week will be just a bit more heavily attended, and I’m all for a trust the process refrain during general recitations.

It turns out, Embiid went with an assistant trainer, who belongs to the parish, at least according to Mark Gorman, who posted a pic with Embiid on Facebook:

Assistant coach Billy Lange was also there, so maybe something was lost in translation here. Regardless, you just have to believe.

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10 Responses

  1. Joel Embiid is truly a man of the people; Unlike that phony Carson Wentz, who only shows up for team-sanctioned events.

  2. Great thing that Embiid did by showing up during playoffs… Wentz is a family man, and it takes A LOT more preparation to play starting QB for the Eagles than it does to play center for the Sixers… so I’m sure he deserves a break and some credit

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