What is the history of Priestly Celibacy?

Could you please tell me at what time in the history of the Catholic Church, did the Priests have to take a vow of celibacy. I am being told that at one time, the Priests were able to be married, and that was changed due to funds being left to their wife and families at the time of death.

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