Catholic priests not being able to marry

@Kaeli72 (1230)
United States
March 23, 2007 12:37pm CST
You can't read the news now without hearing of some priest being convicted of having a relationship with someone now these days. I think, if they were able to marry, half of them wouldn't have those problems. Who thought of that, anyways? Peter (according to the RCC) was married, so why can't the priests? It is not good for man to be alone, perhaps G-d knew what would happen if they were forced to be alone.
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@bunmi2501 (467)
• Nigeria
24 Mar 07
what can we really do about it? it's their doctrine and it will take the understanding of God's word for them to know the God did not mandate them not to be married.
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@mschiqui (1284)
• Philippines
24 Mar 07
actually that's the biggest problem in the church right too i just really deeply dont get and understand it...maybe because we have diffrent views on the bible..
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@MrNiceGuy (4147)
• United States
24 Mar 07
Do we really hear about priests every day? I don't.... I hear about it very seldomly, but I can see what you are getting at. They knew what they were getting into, and there are plenty of priests that don't sexually assault boys.
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• Indonesia
12 Apr 07
As far as I know, priest must give all they have to God. God choose them to be His priest. Being unmarried man, they can serve God and people without any barrier. If they (priests) fall in love and want to get a wife, may be, they dont want to be a priest anymore.