I came across this story about this new book called: ‘Thirty-Three Good Men: Celibacy, Obedience and Identity’ publishes new analysis of priests’
in the Belfast Telegraph:
A priest saw 9 other priests in a gay bar, so my point here is that they are gay clergy giving into temptation,
Let me take a leap here, so if there are a significant number of gay clergy in the catholic church living in communities, can it at all be feasible that they live in celibacy!? As opposed to the example above, where they have given in, so to speak.
Men and their hormones, could their faith be strong enough to keep them committed to the straight and narrow path of celibacy, with such a proximity of what might be felt as temptation? And, if they can’t resist, why are they priests in the first place, it makes a mockery of the Catholic Faith, the credibility and moral integrity of the Church.