Thursday, 11 October 2012

Valuing Bishop's above all else

Chessdom is reporting the results of the Clericus International Chess Championship, held in Rome over the last weekend. This was an event open to members of the various religious orders recognised by the Holy See (Catholic Priests, Brothers, Nuns or Seminarians).
The tournament was won by Brother Marcello Bonforte (Italy) ahead of Father Drazek (Poland). The event organisers are also looking into the feasibility of setting up a Vatican chess federation, which may end up with a reasonably strong membership, if they can extend membership to all those around the world who have taken holy vows.

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