March 12th, 2013
08:48 PM ET

Former Pro Soccer player gives up jersey for clergy

As the world waits for a new pope to be elected, we decided to find out what America's next generation of priests are thinking about. After all, the future of the catholic church rests in their hands.

We went down to one of the oldest seminaries in American - Mount St. Mary's in Maryland that's where we found a former professional soccer player Chase Hilgenbrinck who had it all - but gave it up to answer God's call.

Erin Burnett has the story.

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  1. arik fetscher


    In field hockey they use a cement ball and can only hit one way, I had to ask about the indoor and outdoor game. One might say the mortar of our courage found in always progressing.

    Know the science and then the art.
    Davinci was always right, immortalized with Zidane (Wasnt william a dane or something about orange and mathilda)

    March 13, 2013 at 1:56 pm | Reply
  2. arik fetscher

    So then what does it mean when the french speaker Didier Drogba leaves Chelsea , Hastings Bridge, for Galtasarraya in Turkey, a wise bird and nation, to beat the Germans on their own field in an improbable turn around effort?

    Turkey should be in the EU, the french speakers are the key for wise birds to succeed and after kicking out the challenge to play fir Turkey the English tried to not only hang on but ban him from playing. Maybe Ibrahimovic stepped on a few toes for which, yes I bra supports women and Serbis/Croatian as to why the EU is important, he was red carded unjustly and watched his team thanks to a Lavezzi Ezekiel, a clean angel score with his knee to keep hope alive but a listless effort and one that without him in the first leg makes his abilities even more paramount in the second leg.

    So can everyone use the pitch to spread the gospel, may e if its true then its likely the Asia or French Pope are the most likely, and the Canadian actually like Argo is not beneficial to bringing peace lest Clooney makes the trip to Iran and FIFA allows the hijab in this olympics like American and Iranian wrestlers are turning to the mat for real efforts. Clean water women war and peace or a hijab and stepping on some toes from time to time may get the angel to cone through.

    Thats sone thoughts.

    March 13, 2013 at 1:48 pm | Reply

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