OK, so it's not on the scale of the "Thrilla in Manila", "Kirk v. Picard", or even "Ginger v. Maryann", but you get the idea.
The Pauline Year (remember that? It's still going on) will officially come to an end on Monday, June 29, the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul.
The Year of the Priesthood (in which we've been given St. Jean M. Vianney as a role model) begins this Friday, June 19, the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
So, in a quirky twist I don't believe we've had in recent memory, we'll actually have ten days of two "dedicated years" going on.
I mean, who do you cheer for?