Regularly, the novels count on personages priests in its trams, are old or new they; ugly or pretty. This is acceptable, therefore the priest is part of the society. But never these personages priests are men saints, that take a life of ascese and conjunct. They always have a defect: comiles, severe, qualrrelsome, and most of the time, gotten passionate for a woman (normally of prettiest of the cast). Or if they are priests who are faithful, are presented as conservatives and moralistas reactionary.
A few days ago, attending a novel, I came across myself with a chocking scene: a priest making sex with a woman inside of the sacristia! The woman (a militant one of ' ' cause socialista' ') she was pregnant of the priest, and it if it refuses to leave the priesthood, much less to communicate the superior of the happened one. An rebellious priest, literally! He is obvious that they question the celibacy, showing that the priest does not obtain to be faithful and finishes yielding to the passions (to the love, for they). They show them as restrained men and sofredores because of land on water a woman not to be able to possess it. In novels, espritas are illuminated, protestant they are kind people, and priests are coitadinhos. They forget the smashing majority of priests who are men saints, scholars and lovers. They forget those, that renounce itself exactly and pass if to donate the God, in the person of the human being. The celibacy is one weight, yes.
But it is with the weight of its wing that the eagle handle flight for the imensido of skies. is through the weight of the celibacy that the priest if becomes more pure saint and, for one day, to contemplate face d? That one called that it. We live in a pansexualizado and relativista world. The real life is not alone sex, is much more that this. Before recriminating and speaking badly, let us pray for our priests, who in such a way make in them well, and that they will take in them to the Sky.