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The specter of a faith defined by full pews and empty altars confronts the church.
Given the potential recruiting advantages of abandoning the celibacy requirement, Richard Schoenherr asks why the conservative coalition – headed by the Pope – is so adamantly opposed to a married clergy. Continuity and change), and has an introduction by the editor David Yamane, who prepared the book for publication after Schoenherr's death in 1996.
The answer is that acceptance of married priests is but the first step toward a gender inclusivity that will result in ordained women – a move that will not only alter the structure of the Catholic church forever but also will destabilize patriarchy in the wider society. It is a companion work to Full Pews And Empty Altars: Demographics of the Priest Shortage in United States Catholic Dioceses (Richard Schoenherr and Lawrence Young, 1993), an analysis of the drop‐off in numbers of priests in the USA dating from the 1960s.
Myth #1: "God has one woman picked out for you to marry.
You are destined to be with her, and God will guide you to her." Good luck finding this one in the Bible.