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Former international athlete to be Catholic chaplain at Olympics

Catholic World News - July 02, 2012

Among the Catholic chaplains at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games will be Father Geoff Hilton of the Diocese of Salford, England: a priest who has an impressive record of personal involvement in athletic competition.

Father Hilton not only played soccer and rugby at a high level of competition, but once reached the final round of a national badminton championship. He later became a rugby referee, officiating at World Cup tournaments.

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