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Rome's seminarians vie for Clericus Cup soccer title

Catholic World News - March 05, 2012

The Clericus Cup, a soccer tournament among the seminaries and pontifical colleges of Rome, begins this week, with priests and seminarians from more than 70 different countries expected to take part.

The first contest of the 6th annual Clericus Cup will match the two finalists of last year’s competition: the Gregorian University (which won the title in 2011) and the Angelicum.

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