Episcopal priests and dating
The purpose of this website is to provide information about challenges Roman Catholic priests encounter and the need for reform.It provides a forum for priests who have left the priesthood to share why they left and what they have learned through the process.At the left of your screen you will find posts from active priests, priests who have transitioned, laity, and those inrelationships of love with priests.You will also find a theology link with news articles, recommended books and other information.
We began this website because we care about Catholicism, its many priests who have left, and those who continue in ministry.
The pontifical "we" is used at times because it reflects the thinking of many priests who have left.
Although no longer in sanctioned priestly ministry, many priests who leave are still involved in ministerial activity, whether in Catholicism, another church or elsewhere.
The depth of dedication and commitment to social justice and other charitable work continues, but in different ways.
For most, there is sadness in leaving because of the joy and fulfillment they found in priestly ministry.
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What compelled most of them to leave was not ministry, but the inability and lack of freedom to live their personal lives in a manner in which they felt called by God. Now for many, the priesthood continues in some way within their lives, therefore the term “transitioned priest” is preferred to “ex-priest”.