I agree completely–we should never judge. Yet, it is fairly odd for someone who is discerning a call to the Priesthood to post a message declaring they are not going to Mass today or tommorrow…one has to wonder why a person would post such a message. Is it not always productive and good to attend Mass? Do we not want all of our Priests to attend Mass every day and go to confession every week?
I guess my being from a different tradition than you is showing here.
Priests can not attend daily Liturgies in the Byzantine tradition for a number of reasons.
During Lent, weekdays are aliturgical days, no liturgies except for the Presanctified which is on Wednesdays (in Ruthenian, Ukrainian, and Melkite recessions) and Fridays (in Ruthenian and Ukrainian, Melkites do Compline with Akathist).
Traditionally daily Liturgies only occur in our monasteries. This goes back to the pious practice of a married priest abstaining from sexual relations the night before he celebrates the Divine Liturgy. With most of our priests being celibate these days this is not much of a concern but then the third point comes into play.
3)The Divine Liturgy can only occur when the communinty is gathered together. If no one shows up the Liturgy can not be done.
As for confession. I do not really think it is anyones business how much any other person goes.
These are really private matters and I would expect anyone discerning a vocation to religious life to have a spiritual director/father who would be directing this person along the path. It is between them.