Celibacy in Crisis: A Secret World Revisited
In the midst of the worst crisis the Catholic Church has seen in almost 500 years, this book challenges Catholic authorities to renew, rethink, or reform the long-standing institution of celibacy.
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A former Benedictine priest who is now a psychotherapist, Sipe spent 25 years studying the sexual conduct of Roman Catholic priests, particularly as it is framed by mandatory celibacy. The present ... Read full review
WHAT Is IT?
How Do THOSE WHO PROFESS CELIBACY PRACTICE IT?
PRIESTS AND WOMEN
WHEN PRIESTS BECOME FATHERS
PRIESTS AND MINORS
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