Why are priests happy?
We've just celebrated Good Shepherd Sunday the other day and I posed this question based on a book I've read by Msgr. Stephen Rosetti. I've heard both good and not so good remarks given the sad history of sexual abuses in the past. But do you still think that priests are happy or should they be happy?
Priests find a certain special joy in serving God. I do to as an internet evangelist.
I would think that they're happy because they're doing what they consider fulfilling work, what they love and have always wanted to do. There is, I'd imagine, a certain serenity that comes with the territory. If they're not happy with the life they've chosen, maybe it would be time for them to reconsider their calling.
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