A 107-year-old Belgian priest, Jacques Clemens who is the world's oldest priest has revealed the recipe for a long life.
Father Jacques Clemens holds a mass
According to a report by Reuters which was published on Yahoo! News, the world's oldest priest, Jacques Clemens, who will celebrate his 107th birthday on Monday, 11th July, has revealed that strict daily routine is the recipe for a long life.
The Belgian who has also celebrated his 80th anniversary as a Catholic priest, gets up every morning at 5.30a.m. and goes to bed at 9.00p.m.
Father Jacques Clemens (C) attends a mass at St. Benoit church in Nalinnes, Belgium, July 10, 2016
When Clemens was about to retire at 75, his bishop asked him to remain in service until they found a successor - he only stopped holding regular church services at his parish in the southern Belgian village of Nalinnes last year.
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