Monday, July 04, 2005
German language site reports that there has been a big interest in entering seminary in Poland after the death of the Pope. Already one quarter of the European clergy are from Poland. Yet many of the Dioceses in Western Europe refuse to have Polish or African priests prefering instead to claim that the priest shortage means that the laity will have to take over more of the priests role or that priests should be married. They thus defy God's good providence.