No. Medical evidence is contrary to your opinion, and if this goes on long enough, that will be shown rather well. Sweet lord you're blind to the whole thing aren't you? This probably just hits too close to home for most Catholics to make an informed and rational decision on. Oh well, it's a criminal matter and I for one am glad that it will be settled in the courts. I hope these priests fry. I am not blind to it. I can be objective and see that the priesthood obviously attracts some pedophiles, and that needs to stop through better examination of candidates. At the same time, these priests are sick people, and as such, need treatment, not death. Changing the celibacy requirements would not stop pedophiles from trying to enter the priesthood if they wished, nor stop pedophiles from doing things if they wish. Additionally, it has been shown that there is a significant rate of pedophilia in married life, which would leave the Church in the same predicament: pedophiles in the priesthood that have no business being there. In the end, it is not celibacy or the priesthood that causes the problem(s). It is the condition itself.