A Canadian professor developed a Catholic Madness bracket for his students. The Acts of the Apostasy blog on Patheos has a Bishopball Tourney bracket game. An Episcopal priest in Massachusetts runs a Lent Madness game, not to be confused with the Lenten Madness Catholic Church hymns competition. The Catholic student site Focus has a Papal Pick’em, and a Catholic church in Virginia made up a Mass Madness bracket (but it was a joke). An especially clever take-off on the annual college basketball tournament was the Religion News Service’s “Sweet Sistine” during the papal conclave in 2013 featuring candidates for the top job.
Now comes the Crux Saints Madness bracket game to determine your favorite Catholic saint of 2015. Voting ends at noon Monday, April 6.