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“On this last point, one bishop told NCR on Tuesday that he's detected a faint echo of debates over viri probati, meaning the ordination of married men to the priesthood, in conversation in the synod about lay ministers of the Word.”
“NCR on Tuesday that he's detected a faint echo of debates over viri probati, meaning the ordination of married men to the priesthood, in conversation in the synod about lay ministers of the Word.”
“By placing a new emphasis on probati on and parole supervision, Arizona was able to slow the pace of people being returned to lockup, which dropped to 5,354 in 2010 from 7,520 in 2008.”
“Schönborn also presented the so-called "Initiative of the lay faithful" Laieninitiative, a petition by relevant Austrian Catholics launched earlier this year, which asks for the abolition of compulsory celibacy, the return to activity of married priests, the opening of the diaconate to women, and the ordination of married 'viri probati'.”
“" You should learn to read, '' Corriero said, before awarding him probati on.”
“Instead, one source said the issue of viri probati had been raised.”
“The viri probati are married men who are perceived as pillars of the community and could be ordained in order to solve clergy shortages in remote communities.”
“The referent of viri probati is older, married men who have proven themselves exemplary Catholics.”
“Some reference was made to viri probati, but it was decided that this was an untenable hypothesis.”
“I wouldn't exclude the idea however that Pope Benedict XVI might be open to some experiments with ordination of the so-called vere probati (ph).”
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