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In the developing world the ordination of older men could provide simple and natural support for the local Catholic community.There are problems with celibacy for priests, but there will be problems with married priests.8) He can’t serve as a teacher in a parochial school unless he gets the bishop’s permission.
In fact, the Eastern Orthodox churches (and the Eastern Rite churches in communion with the Vatican) have had married priests for a long time.
2) He can’t serve as an extraordinary minister of holy Communion.
3) He can’t serve any "directive office in the pastoral field" (e.g., serving as a parish administrator). 5) He can’t serve as a director or teacher in a Catholic university.
On the other hand, older married men would bring a lifetime of experience to the role.
If they have stable marriages, and if they have taken early retirement they might also be financially independent.
Their discipline is that married men may be ordained, but priests may not marry. Paul's instructions to single men that they "remain as he is" (I Cor. Ordaining older married men would seem, at first glance, to solve a lot of problems, not only in the developed countries where, arguably, the mandatory vow of celibacy is one of the greatest deterrents to increased vocations, but it would also be a great help in Africa where celibacy is culturally unheard of, and in South America where the priest to people ratio is huge.