Discontinuation of Celibacy Among Catholic Priests

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Title

Discontinuation of Celibacy Among Catholic Priests

Subject

Celibacy.
Celibacy--Catholic Church.
Celibacy--Christianity.
Celibacy--Religious Aspects.
Priest Celibacy.
Catholic Priests.
Christianity.
Catholicism.

Description

Savannah Schaler. Fall 2015.
The item is an essay falling under the Christianity collection. The essay describes the need to discontinue the implementation of celibacy among catholic priests due to the modernization the world is experiencing. The essay goes into further detail to describe the reasons why celibacy should not be a requirement for catholic priests. The main subtopics highlighted in the essay include the following. The high demand of catholic priests in the recent years could be fulfilled more rapidly with the discontinuation of the celibacy requirement. Also, the essay describes the need most men have to start a family and thus, be more relatable to many others by being married. Also, the essay goes on to describe some other minor reasons for the need to discontinue the celibacy implementation. Thus, the essay describes the need for change in the catholic church especially in this area due to the modernization being experienced by society.

Creator

Schaler, Savannah

Source

Essay courtesy of Savannah D. Schaler

Publisher

Tallahassee, Florida: Savannah D. Schaler

Date

2015-12-02

Contributor

Savannah D. Schaler

Rights

Public Domain

Language

English

Type

Document

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Text

The document describes the reasons for the need to discontinue celibacy among catholic priests due to modernization.

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Citation

Schaler, Savannah, “Discontinuation of Celibacy Among Catholic Priests,” Religion @ Florida State University, accessed July 22, 2024, https://religionatfsu.omeka.net/items/show/55.

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