You’re making stuff up now. The church has never had a priestly vocations crisis as bad as it is today. Ireland is running out of priests as there are approximately 100 young men studying for the priesthood in Ireland. The overwhelming majority of priests are over 65 years old. France already has a huge shortage of priests. In 2009, only 90 priests were ordained in France And approximately 10% of the priesthood come from Africa.
In Mexico one priest is expected to minister to approximately 7,000 followers. In the USA there is one priest per 2,000 Catholics.
In Spain Catholic Church sources confirmed that the country is experiencing a shortage of priests. Rural priests are in some cases responsible for up to a half dozen parishes at a time. In one case, a priest in Cantabria is responsible for 22 parishes. A study sponsored by the church showed that in 2007, at least 10,615 of the 23,286 parishes in Spain had no priest in permanent residence
In some regions of Brazil the priestly shortage is terrible like Bishop Krautler’s Amazon diocese which only has 27 priests for 700,000 Catholics. As a result, many Catholics might only hear Mass a couple of times a year
We can go on and on.
Actually no, what I said is quite factual. It seems it is you who is imply oblivious to this.
So I say? The church agrees with me which is why they established the seminaries in the first place where priests can be trained adequately.
This is antiquarianism, an error the Church has spoken out against. The church abandoned marrie dclergy for a celibate priesthood. Reverting is just a quick fix solution.