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I was taught that because a priest is in persona Christi, especially during consecration, they cannot be married.[/quote]
Priests cannot marry, that is true. Married men can become priests, although in the Latin Church the current discipline is celibacy.
Celibacy is a discipline of the Latin Church. And yes, it can be dispensed. In Eastern Catholic Churches (in communion with Rome) married men can and do become priests.
No, the rules related to the Anglican Ordinariate are based on the Anglican Communion’s traditions and the desire to reunify the Church, the same way the disciplines in the Eastern Catholic Churches are different from the Latin Church and were incorporated into the laws of those Churches when they returned to communion with Rome.