What a bunch of baloney!<quoted text>
Paul never said that a minister could not be married --HOWEVER--notice what he recommends and encourages as a guide as the "best way"---not to "divide responsibilities" and to spend "full time" in doing the Lords word by "not being married" (or in other words--"remain celibate". Paul said, " I am saying this to help you in better serving the Lord--and not to keep you from marrying". Like I have told you before 4GVN, we as Catholics will worship God "In His Way" in the FULLNESS OF THE FAITH, in and through Our Lords One True Catholic Church---you can worship God "In your own--personal opinionated way".
TODAY! The catholic church says no priests to be married and you say GOOD!
If another pope comes along and says "now is the time to allow priests to marry" and you will parrot again with "THATS GOOD IDEA"!
Former protestant ministers are now allowed to become catholic priests and bring along their lovely wife and 10 kids..........why is that OK, if you say no priest should not divide his time?
You are a parrot, the church loves you! SQUAKKK!!