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There is a legitimate way forward for married priests: Celibacy

There is a legitimate way forward for married priests: Celibacy In this episode of The John-Henry Westen show, Westen speaks with Fr. Anthony Pillari, JCL, about priestly celibacy. Fr. Pillari, a …More
There is a legitimate way forward for married priests: Celibacy
In this episode of The John-Henry Westen show, Westen speaks with Fr. Anthony Pillari, JCL, about priestly celibacy. Fr. Pillari, a canon lawyer and chaplain in the extraordinary form, discusses the roots of priestly celibacy and why it is a fundamental aspect of the priesthood. In speaking about priestly celibacy, Fr. Pillari points out that married men can become priests and have in the past, look at Peter our first Pope. However, once a married man became a priest he had to pledge perpetual celibacy and in some cases left home to become a missionary. As the Amazon Synod proposes allowing married priests, The Church needs to remain faithful to tradition and ensure it is be done correctly.
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The Gospel never mentions St. Peter's wife being alive or dead. He may have already been a widower when he became an apostle. Either way, they ended married priests for good reason. What good reason is there to allow priests to get married today?? All this does is open up the door to homosexual priests who will get "married". These sodomite priests will just say they are celibate!!!
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If you are dedicated to the church of God and you want to do the Will of God then the celibacy is the way married priests is not the solution but a bigger problem ,we shall resist reject refuse a pagan secularist socialistic church
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