Should the Catholic Church allow married priests?

Here, according to my friend Jim Bowman, is a brilliant rundown of both sides of the argument. As someone who is for married and women priests,  Father Dwight Longenecker's arguments are forceful, persuasive, balanced and honest. Also, as he notes, he's a married priest, but no one seems to want to ask him or his wife what it's like.

Find out. 

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  • I'm for allowing priests to marry and also for opening up the priesthood to women. Where is it written that this can't be done anyway?

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