Jan
03
2013

Catholic Church

It cannot be foolhardy to being false to a legitimate faith expression, since the differences with the Vatican are not about the Dogmas of faith, nor moral doctrine; simply put, are about how regulations called technically disciplinary, specifically in what has to do with the priestly celibacy 2; It is an ecclesiastical discipline subject to change, which in fact changed and can, in theory, keep changing. It is not a dogma of faith. The sister Orthodox Church, ordering priests validly according to the judgement of the Catholic Church, admits married men to the priesthood. What is more, the same Catholic Church in countries where it predominates the rite Byzantine – for example in Ukraine, to mention only one – ordered priests to married men, which continue living married life after ordination. Personally, I am convinced that this path, it is providential, allowing freedom of choice for so many real men who want to serve God, acting according to his conscience and in order to the Universal Declaration of human rights: article 16. The men and women of full age have the right, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, to marry and found a family, and will enjoy equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and in the event of dissolution of the marriage. The priests having procreated, and wish to act responsibly with his wife and children, allowing them the enjoyment to a name, a family, the love of their parents; without a doubt, they will find their realization serving God with freedom, without wearing the double standard that the discipline forces them; because freedom without God, or God without freedom, they are the same slavery.

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