Bonham: Tell me about your faith journey.
Cullen: My mom was very spiritual. We were a Catholic family. We read the Bible at a young age. I have two brothers and a sister. We’re all very close. That was part of our childhood. But when I went to college and then got drafted and played in Anaheim, it was a life changer for me. I was exposed to so many things. I was out on my own for the first time. Some of the older guys on the team invited me to their chapel services and that really helped me get my feet on the ground and reestablish my faith. Since then, it’s been second nature. I go to chapel at the rink and we go to church as a family. My faith has been with me through my whole career and without it I don’t know where I’d be.
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