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A group of 'nuns' stopped by Citizens Bank Park to dance atop the dugout with the Phanatic

Photo: Alexandra Nolen / Real-Time Correspondent

The great baseball stadiums of MLB have been known, informally, as cathedrals of the game. But, it appears, Citizens Bank Park has truly been blessed by a higher power.

No, but seriously. Check it out:


Now, before you say anything, yes -- nuns do go to baseball games. In fact, the Phanatic befriended a group during an event at an elementary school back in January, so they're clearly no strangers to the Philly sports scene.

However, there is more to the story: The nuns at Monday's D-backs-Phillies matchup -- which Arizona won, 3-1 -- weren't the real thing. The trio were, instead, members of the cast of "Sister Act", a musical produced by a local theater.

And, if you needed more evidence of that fact, look no further than their dugout performance with the Phanatic:


Those are the kinds of moves you'll only learn in a BFA program. Unlike the Phanatic's dancing, which clearly was borne only from his heart: