In some oriental countries, priests are married.
Pope Francis has explained that celibacy in the Western Church is a “temporary prescription” and that while Eastern priests marry and have children, “there is no contradiction that priests can marry”. I remember guaranteeing it. Furthermore, he points out that abstinence can “lead to machismo.”
“celibacy in the Western Church is a temporary prescription. I don’t know if it will be resolved in any way, but in this sense it is temporary. It is not eternal like priestly ordination. It is eternal.” Whether you leave or not is another matter, but it’s forever.
This was revealed in an interview with Argentinian media Infoabe collected by Europa Press.: “Yes. There is what his wife has, what his son has,” he adds. However, Francis is skeptical that abolishing the obligation to be celibate would increase vocations to the priesthood.
He also pointed out that “sometimes singleness can lead to machoness,” and after noting that the Vatican in the past was “very macho,” he said, “I miss something.” He criticizes that there are priests who do not know the
There are currently 1,165 women working in the Vatican, up from 19.2% to 23.4% today, compared with 846 when he took office in 2013.
Fellowship with homosexuals?
When asked if he gave communion to homosexuals, he replied: “A wonderful answer was given by Jesus: Everyone. When you don’t want to go to the banquet: Go to the crossroads there and call everyone. Good, bad, old, young, young: everyone. everyone. the church is for everyone. Settle your position before the Lord This is the church of sinners I don’t know Where there is the church of saints We are all sinners here And do men have good intentions Who decides what?”
The Pope also referred to a divorced person and assured him that “the human situation cannot be reduced to a compulsory one” when faced with the possibility of communion. Recalling that he stated several times that the part was “invalid” for lack of faith, he said, “I encourage separated couples to go to the bishop and explain their situation. ‘ said.
As such, he criticizes marriage as being more interpreted as “a social reception rather than as a sacrament”. As long as the roll lasts, I don’t know.