Re: Franciscan priest
It will honestly depend on the group you join, whether they be OFM, OFM Conv or OFM Cap. It will also depend on the mission of the particular group you join (i.e. Franciscans of the Holy Land). Some groups have higher percentages of ordained then others.
No matter what, if you become a Franciscan religious it will be up to other people whether you will allowed to become a priest. You can express your interest to the formation director and things like that, but other people will make the ultimate determination. You got to remember that the call to the Franciscan charism is to brotherhood. It isn't a lesser position to not be ordained. Some feel it can actually be better not to be ordained because you are free to deal with other things other then the possibility of be assigned to a parish as a priest. You don't have to make time for confession and things like that. Some are called to be a religious priest, some aren't.
If you feel called to the Franciscan charism, speak to a formation director. Find a friary or group that interests you. They will be able to address your concerns. If it is still real early in your discernment and you aren't ready to enter yet, at least get a Franciscan spiritual director. They will be able to help you work through any issues you may have.
Pax et bonum,
Lord, make me an instrument of Thy peace;
where there is hatred, let me sow love;
where there is injury, pardon;
where there is error, truth;
where there is doubt, faith ...