Association of Catholic Priests backs Bishop Daly’s call to end celibacy
Edward Daly’s new book reveals his views on celibacy, liturgy, language and bishop selection
Daly also commented on the liturgy and language of the Catholic Mass. He said that he found Mass in Latin “lifeless and somewhat meaningless” and that he found contemporary Mass adequate.
The former bishop also wrote about how bishops in the Catholic Church as selected. He noted that “bishops who served in the dioceses of Ireland for the last 100 years have been largely drawn from a small elite group within the priesthood”.
He said in the 20th century “more than 75 per cent of bishops were appointed from less than 20 per cent of the priests” and that these latter “were engaged” or “have spent most of their priestly lives engaged in full-time teaching (at second and/or third level)”.
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