Father Grondin recently stated that a person being ordained a priest had to be at least 25 years-old. Father Grondin even went on to quote Canon Law in support of the answer that he gave.
Did the Church raise the minimum age at which someone could be ordained a priest? I ask for a reason. Archbishop Fulton Sheen was born on May 8, 1895. He was ordained a priest on September 20, 1919. Unless I'm wrong, Archbishop Sheen became a priest when he was only 24 years-old.