WATCH: Religious Sister & Brother Play Epic Tic-Tac-Toe Battle on Basketball Court

Diocese of Lafayette Facebook

Wow, you don’t see this very often!

During halftime of an annual basketball game between priests and seminarians in the Diocese of Lafayette, Louisiana, a religious sister and religious brother played Tic-Tac-Toe on the court!

Sister Jeanne d’Arc and Brother John Joseph of the Community of Jesus Crucified competed in the intense game, and it was epic!

Check out the video below:

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The text of the post reads, “Sister Jeanne d’Arc and Brother John Joseph of the Community of Jesus Crucified face off in an intense game of Tic Tac Toe during halftime at the 13th Annual Basketball Game between the priests and seminarians of the Diocese of Lafayette!”

“The basketball game takes place every year between seminarians and priests in the Diocese of Lafayette, Louisiana. The priests actually beat the seminarians this year, 54-52!

Check out their victory post below:

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The text of the post reads, “The Runnin’ Revs pulled off the win and beat the Slammin’ Sems in a nail biter of a game at the 13th Annual basketball game between the priests and seminarians! The Priests came out ahead with the final score of 54-52!

“The annual basketball game between the Lafayette Diocesan priests and seminarians was held at Cathedral Carmel gym and is a popular, fun-filled, family event that helps promote and support priestly and religious vocations in the Diocese of Lafayette. Thank you to everyone who came out and supported us tonight!”

How cool! Let us all be inspired by their contagious energy!

[See also: So Fun! Watch These Two Nuns Take Each Other Down in Epic Snowball Fight!]

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