“People said to me, ‘Is this going to your head?’ ” she said. “No, it’s not going to my head. I just try all the time to make people happy, to be happy myself. And if I make people happy and it’s good for my congregation what I do, and good for Loyola what I do, I’ll do it. I have a lot of fun doing what I do, and that makes me happy.
Column: Loyola players don’t mind being in the shadow of their famous team chaplain, Sister Jean