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“Celibacy is not in itself a state of greater purity and sanctity than marriage; but the unmarried would be able to make religion more their business at that juncture, because they would have less distraction from worldly cares.”
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“Celibacy "is a personal option of faith required by the Catholic church," but everything humans do is flawed, the president said in an interview published Sunday by Argentine newspaper Clarin.”
“Recently, four GIFTS members and I drove to Fairfield University in Connecticut for "The Care of Souls: Sexual Diversity, Celibacy and Ministry" -- the last of this autumn's "More than a Monologue" series on sexuality and the Catholic Church.”
“In the end, Holly is gone, Emma is confused, Santana is heartbroken, Kurt is cautiously optimistic, and the Celibacy Club has many new members -- most of the glee club has decided to join.”
“The show kicks off with Emma leading Celibacy Club, and she asks only two members -- glee club diva Rachel and teen mom Quinn -- to embrace Chastity Charm necklaces.”
“Celibacy, they said, has nothing to do with the "scriptures in general, or with the Gospels in particular, or with Jesus, who never spoke about it.”
“As you might suspect, Quinn grows to like being in glee club more than her high-maintenance cheerleading career and presidency of the Celibacy Club.”
“Celibacy had been imposed on priests mainly for the most worldly of reasons: to correct abuses tied to family inheritance of Church property," he writes.”
“Celibacy was not always the practice of the clergy.”
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