Father. Father? How a man with childr...

Father. Father? How a man with children came to be a Catholic priest

There are 5 comments on the Anniston Star story from Oct 2, 2010, titled Father. Father? How a man with children came to be a Catholic priest. In it, Anniston Star reports that:

Rev. James Macey, of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Jacksonville, became a priest after he was widowed.

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Sol

Since: Jan 08

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#1 Oct 2, 2010
The woman(en) didn't come forward and demand paternity tests until AFTER he was ordained?
Emmit

Gadsden, AL

#2 Oct 3, 2010
Sol, what are you talking about?
Jojn

United States

#3 Oct 3, 2010
Sol, my friend, read the story before making a comment that makes no sense whatsoever.

Sol

Since: Jan 08

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#4 Oct 3, 2010
Alabamans are short on humor, huh?
Obi Won

Rochelle, IL

#5 Oct 3, 2010
I am happy for Fr. James Macey. Though I have heard of this scenario more and more. It would be interesting to consider what the priesthood would be like if dioceses actively sought out widowed men.

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