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george luka ng.oma
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IF ASKED I WOULD GO FOR MARRIED PRIEST

Giling'ande
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I am watching closely

Chiiaomo
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Let the priests comment on this one first b4 we the Xians do. We have wives beside us & still want to make decisions for others?
There r alot of married men & women who can do God’s work in a satisfactory ma
nner. The Pope knows the challenges his church is facing. Let us wait & c what God has in store for us.

Nyamakumutu
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When did the voice of the Holy father become personal opinion. I thought it is infallible

zuzo dekha
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here in malawi we got vocations to priesthood, therefore yeah younger priests, in europe many are very old and not many vocations kwa azathuko. i guesmost are in retirement home. now this suggestion may fit well in those areas khayatu., ihear they ordain deacons . we are still lucky to have youngier priests. ayambile konko kaye bwa

The Analyst
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O…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..O So, you are waiting for an official communication from the Vatican? Ha! . . . Why were married men not ordained as priests, hitherto? . . . Can you swear upon your honour that you had no religious/godly justification for the same? . . . If there was, does the justification no longer holds now, just because priests are scarce? Ha! Laughable! Truth is, any religious practice, if true, cant just be changed anyhow, unless it was a lie in the first place. . . . Nanga, how is it possible that the Pope can just wake up and… Read more »
Emmanuel Nedi
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Ndipo Eklezia sangathe kulakwa! Our Pope and our Church. WE LOVE YOU.

MKATOLIKA
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mutiwonongera mpingo. nyasi izi ayi where are you POPE JOHN 2

Benedict the 13th
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Time to become a priest is a whisker of a cat away. I think the Pope is being real in this case. Even Paul the Apostle said ‘only if you can, you can forgo marriage to serve the Lord’. With so many stories of child molestation, pregnancies and other sexual immoral stories involving catholic priests the only remedy is to allow men of God to have a wife while serving the priesthood. It make no sense to take a vow and break it. After all this vow does not even qualify someone to go to heaven. Only when you accept… Read more »
M'Katolika Wa Phata
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The possibility of viri probati is a welcome development to upgrade some catechists of proven faith given that prior to the Second Vatican Council, the chief catechists at the parish level were priests, religious brothers or nuns. Now as Catechist are part of the ordinary laity but doing the work of priest in the priest’s absence, the parish catechist takes on the role of being the main teacher of the faith in that parish.