I voted yes, and was thinking mainly of the rites which do allow married priests.
In my own local parishes, however, I just don’t think it would work. As other posters have said, the responsibilities of parish and family would just be too much. And I honestly don’t think vocations to the priesthood would go up significantly. The priesthood is a vocation, not a job. It would be up to God to call and men to follow.
As for Catholic culture not supporting vocations to the priesthood… my young son has just become aware of nuns. I explained nuns as women who never get married or have children, but serve God only in the Church and not through a family of their own. A couple days later, as we were driving down the street, he said to me, “I haven’t quite decided yet whether or not I want to be a nun.” I choked back a laugh and told him that only ladies could be nuns. He’d have to be a brother or a priest. “Well, I still haven’t quite yet decided.” :yup: He’s four and we’re already talking about being open to religious life and letting God lead the way.
Back to married priests, I’ll go along with whatever Rome says. And right now they say Roman Catholic priests must be celibate. 'Nuff said.