The better way to eliminate pederasts, is not to make clergy and marriage mutually exclusive...
It’s always been up for discussion since it is not Church dogma or doctrine but a discipline of the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church.
in other words... fags on their way into the church
(hide the choir boys!)
Those who dig things like abortion, ‘gay marriage,’ and priestesses are always those who invariably want the discipline of celibacy ended. Every time, as far as I have observed.
They create an unnatural environment and are surprised when it attracts people with unnatural tendencies.
We have precedent in this; Jewish rabbis are expected to be fruitful and multiply. In the Eastern Catholic rites, men who are married can enter the priesthood if they wish to do so.
On one hand, one can refer to Paul in 1 Corinthians, when he counsels that those who have the self-control (and this is important to note) to do so, should maintain celibacy.
On the other, it is commonly acknowledged that many of the early Apostles were married men.
At this stage in time, what would be the proper decision for this discipline of clerical celibacy in the Latin Rite?
Sorrowfully in this age of unnatural abominations made mainstream, celibacy stands out as a grave insult to the perverse, who naturally despise such antithesis of evil.
Self control, sacrifice and offering of the priesthood, by the priest, sets them apart in this world. The Enemy is jealous of such men, wishing accordingly to devour them and bring division to the Church, wherever there is an opening.
So...I read the entire article.
The last sentence addresses the decline of men willing to be priests in the last 50 years.
This could just be about attracting leaders to the church. jmho
Unlike priestettes, it can be discussed. But it isn’t going to change.
First they’ll drop celibacy, then they’ll grind out priests and priestesses who are entangled in a same-sex sham marriage.
The lawsuits charging pedophilia will become a mushroom cloud over the Vatican.
Who among us doesn’t honestly believe that a new religion was created subsequent to Vatican II? To what purpose? Why to finish off the Roman Catholic Church.
Satan has a lot of time on his hands until the Second Coming.
Discuss it all you want. It isn’t changing, and shouldn’t.
Francis is an interesting fellow.
He does present the possibility of being a Catholic Gorbachev, but I’m not sure the Holy Spirit has not already taken that risk into account.
We will see.