Soccer Pro Turned Seminarian

h/t to Thomas over at the American Papist. For those who do not know, Chase Higlenbrinck was a professional soccer player in MLS who recently heeded a calling to the (Roman Catholic) priesthood. Yesterday ESPN Page 2 did a wonderful story on Chase and what he is doing now. You can find the story here. Highly recommended reading for Catholic soccer fans :)

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