A Traditional Catholic's Argument for a Married Priesthood
Boy, am I going to get a lot of people mad at me!
Yes, I'm a Traditional Latin Mass kinda guy. I absolutely detest the Novus Ordo. I believe that the so-called "Spirit" of Vatican II has been one of the greatest threats that's ever faced Holy Mother the Church. I'm of the opinion that militant homosexual deviants have overrun our Sacred Priesthood (there's that 'fresh breeze' of V2 again).
I also believe there should be an option for a married priesthood for the Latin Rite (Western) Church.
I haven't come to that conclusion solely based on the frothing at the mouth arguments of the 60's-reject aging hippie Roman Protestants that populate more than a few rectories, convents and parish councils.
No, we shouldn't have a married priesthood in the Western Church because of this phony, manufactured, man-made "priest shortage" (or would that be 'person-made?)
Nor should we have a married priesthood in the Western Church because of that sappy argument of "they're men! They should have a woman in their life!" Celibacy is a discipline, a gift, a grace. It is certainly something that I could never master. I tip my hat to any man or woman who could live the celibate lifestyle. By the way... no one forces any man into the seminary, or any woman to take the veil, It's a life they choose.
And most of all, we shouldn't have a married priesthood in the Western Church because of the utterly moronic rationale of "if we had married priests, they wouldn't have to molest little boys". A married priesthood has absolutely nothing to do with molestation. The sexual scandal is because of the ordinations of open and militant homosexuals. Yet again, here comes that fresh breeze of Vatican II, fetid pollution and all.
My thoughts in regards to a married priesthood have nothing to do with the garbage arguments we are subjected to by the geriatric refugees of the Luv Generation.Read more...