Rencontre femme cougard zofingueA b Dennis, George. As with most Christians, all Latter-day saints, including members of the priesthood, are expected to entirely abstain from unchaste conduct. 35 36 Fourth century edit The Council of Elvira (306) is often seen as the first to issue a written regulation requiring clergy to abstain from sexual intercourse. When Bishop Altmann of Passau tried, on the contrary, to implement the reforms, the clergy attacked him and with the help of imperial troops drove him out of his diocese. The style, no doubt, is rhetorical and exaggerated, and his authority as an eyewitness does not extend beyond that district of Northern Italy, in which he lived, but we have evidence from other sources that the corruption was widespread Undoubtedly during this period the traditions.
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The Council of Carthage excluded such intercourse perpetually and made no distinction between bishops, priests and deacons. 76 Since the start of the pontificate of Pope Pius XII (19391958 exceptions may be allowed for married Protestant ministers or Anglican clergy who convert to Catholicism and wish to become priests in the Catholic Church, provided their wives consent. The mention in Mark 1:30, Luke 4:38, and Matthew 8:14-15 of Saint Peter 's mother-in-law indicates that he had married ( Matthew 8:14-15 : "when Jesus was come into Peter's house, he saw his wife's mother laid, and sick of a fever. But in some places, you will surely tell me, presbyters, deacons and sub-deacons are still fathering children while exercising their office. Nor shall it be demanded of him at the time of his ordination that he promise to abstain from lawful intercourse with his wife: lest we should affect injuriously marriage constituted by God and blessed by his presence. Clerical marriage is not allowed and therefore, if those for whom in some particular Church celibacy is optional (such as permanent deacons in the Latin Church) wish to marry, they must do so before ordination.