There’s an old joke that religious priests take the vow of poverty while diocesan priests live it! As you might expect from that comment I’m a diocesan priest not a religious! In fairness, my confreres in religious life who take a vow of poverty own nothing (or consequence at least - maybe the odd toothbrush) themselves but, through the vow they take, own everything in common through the order which they’re members of and are allocated property for their use. This means however that any monetary gifts which come their way (including inheritances) go to the order and not to them. In my case, I receive a modest stipend but, at the same time, have my food, housing and petrol all provided. I also get to keep any gifts I receive and can even own property (not that I do but still).
Broadly, I agree with St Paul - priesthood isn’t some sort of get rich quick scheme nor should it be the path to a cushy lifestyle. At the same time, that doesn’t mean they should receive any money at all - the labourer deserves his wages - but if money is their motivation (as shown by the fact that they’re always asking for it and aren’t all that interested if there isn’t any on offer) then they’re doing it wrong.