No Dust Storm did not say Jesus said his priests were not to be married. You made that part up. Actually it is a discipline not a doctrine. It can be changed. It can be argued against. The problem comes when people defy the church and do what they want in defiance of the church.<quoted text>
History of catholic celebacy....and married catholic priests.
Dust Storm says that Jesus said his priests were not to be married.
If protestant ministers with a wife and family can quit their post and become a catholic priest they are allowed to have a wife and kids.
Also catholic clergy were allowed to marry up until the 12th century.
There were 39 popes who had been married.
Where is the consistency? Where is the beef?
There is biblical precedence for marriage as well as well as celebacy. No one forces anyone to become a priest. It is a choice they make. It is not for everyone. Many protestants even who marry agree it would be better if they were not.
The Cathars preached marriage in general was evil and forbade it. There are many good arguments both biblical and non-biblical for celibacy. There are both pluses and minuses to marriage. It is a whole topic which has been gone around before. No sense in repeating it to people who did not listen to anything said the first time.