Phoenix nuns offer rooms to Super Bowl goers

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PHOENIX, AZ (CNN) - The sisters at Our Lady of Guadalupe Benedictine Monastery in Phoenix  enjoy football so much they're opening their home to Seahawks and Patriots fans during the Super Bowl, which will be played just a few miles away in Glendale.

NFL fans can rent a clean, quiet room at the Monastery for $300 a night, which includes a continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi and some divine intervention.

There are a few rules you'll have to follow if you stay at the Monastery for the Super Bowl: No drinking, no smoking and no swearing.

But fans will soon realize they'll be in the perfect place to offer up a team prayer before kickoff.

Money raised from the rented rooms with go towards the monastery's charities.

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