World's oldest priest?

Father Jacques Clemens, who turned 105 in July, may be the world's oldest living priest still holding regular service. He lives and works in Belgium.

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, holds a mass at St. Benoit church in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, reads at a mass at St. Benoit church in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, holds a mass at St. Benoit church in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, waits before holding a mass at St. Benoit church in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, prays in his congregation in Gerpinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, leaves St. Benoit church in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, stands in his house in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, sits at St. Benoit church in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, holds a crucifix at St. Benoit church in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, holds a photo, showing him on the day he was ordained as a priest, in his house in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, stands at St. Benoit church in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters

  • Father Jacques Clemens, 105, waits before holding a mass at St Benoit church in Nalinnes � Yves Herman / Reuters