The main reason why the Catholic sect is infested with paedophiles is that their apostate priests cannot get their fleshly passions under control. The Christ gave ample instruction through the apostle Paul regarding marriage and celibacy. But counterfeit priests have formed their own law on celibacy, separate from The Christ's Law on whether a man should marry or not, and so they obey demonically inspired apostate teachings. "The Spirit says expressly that in after times some will desert from the faith and give their minds to subversive doctrines inspired by devils, through the specious falsehoods of men whose own conscience is branded with the devil's sign. They forbid marriage and inculcate abstinence from certain foods, though God created them to be enjoyed with thanksgiving by believers who have inward knowledge of the truth. For everything God created is good, and nothing is to be rejected when it is taken with thanksgiving, since it is hallowed by God's own Word and prayer."  (1 Tim 4:1-5 NEB).

Paul also wrote: "To the unmarried and to widows I say this: it is a good thing if they stay as I am myself;  but if they cannot control themselves, they should marry. Better be married than burn with vain desire."  (1 Cor 7:8,9 NEB).

The Christ made it known that only if it is appointed by God should a man remain unmarried for the sake of the Kingdom of Heaven: "The disciples said to him, 'If that is the position with husband and wife, it is better not to marry.' To this he replied, 'That is something that not everyone can accept, but only those for whom God has appointed it. For while some are incapable of marriage because they were born so, or were made so by men, there are others who have themselves renounced marriage for the sake of the Kingdom of Heaven.  Let those accept it who can.'"  (Matt 19:10 12 NEB).

By sexually abusing children, Catholic sham-priests have proven they are not appointed by God, nor will their sins ever be expiated, for the principle of the Judgement of God does not change.  (* See below).

Last Updated: Saturday, 22 October 2005, 21:23 GMT UK.

Bishops reject married priesthood

Catholic bishops say the Church is suffering from a worldwide shortage of priests, but say allowing marriage is not the answer.

Instead, the 250 prelates meeting in the Vatican, reaffirmed the principle of celibacy within the clergy.

They also called on lawmakers to protect marriage and the family, and outlaw abortion and euthanasia.

Their three-week gathering or synod, which closed with 50 proposals, was the first since Pope Benedict's election.

'Massive restatement'
"The lack of priests to celebrate the Sunday Eucharist worries us a great deal and invites us to pray and more actively promote vocations," they said in an official declaration.

One bishop from Honduras illustrated the problem by saying he had only one priest for every 16,000 Catholics in his diocese.

Liberal Catholics have suggested that the key to the shortage was making celibacy optional for new priests.

But the bishops' statement called celibacy a "priceless gift" and dismissed the idea of married priests.

Cardinal George Pell of Australia told a news conference the vote was a "massive restatement" of the church's celibacy rule.

The Pope may use the 50 propositions for a possible future document.

Story from BBC NEWS.  Published:  2005/10/22 21:23 GMT UK BBC MMV

The above information proves conclusively that priests of the Catholic sect headed by the Pope in Rome are, from the top down, abandoned by God. In addition, priests that are not paedophiles, but who have protected those that are, are held just as accountable by God.  What does that say to church members following their teachings today?

Using the priest Eli and his blasphemous sons as the example of the Judgement of God* upon such ones: "The Lord said, 'Soon I shall do something in Israel which will ring in the ears of all who hear it. When that day comes I will make good every word I have spoken against Eli and his family from beginning to end. You are to tell him that My  Judgement on his house shall stand for ever because he knew of his sons' blasphemies against God and did not rebuke them. Therefore I have sworn to the family of Eli that their abuse of sacrifices and offerings shall never be expiated.'"  (1 Sam 3:11-14 NEB).