**Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker scores again, this time for faith and the unborn**
Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker, who kicked the winning goal in Super Bowl LVII, has once again made headlines, this time for a pro-life message. During a White House visit to celebrate the team’s win, Butker wore a tie displaying the phrase “Vulnerari Praesidio,” which translates to “protect the vulnerable.”
The Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their second Super Bowl win in four years with a visit to the White House on Monday. Butker, known for his strong Catholic faith, subtly shared his pro-life stance by wearing the gray tie with white stitching next to President Joe Biden. The 27-year-old has previously opened up about the role his faith plays in his life during an interview with a Catholic outlet, EWTN.
Butker emphasized that he’s not just making kicks for fame or money, but rather because God gave him a platform to share his message of faith and virtue. He dreams of having a large family and being saints instead of achieving more wins or records. As a former altar server and attendee of the traditional Latin mass, Butker maintains that his faith grounds him and focuses him on Jesus, not letting fame get to his head.
The phrase “protect the vulnerable” often refers to the unborn, the elderly, and the sick, and is in line with Catholic moral teaching. This teaching states that human life must be respected from conception and that participation in abortion is a grave offense. It also