- Do priests retire?
- If I become a priest can I decide where I go and what I do?
- Does a priest have any money or possessions of his own?
- Can I leave the priesthood if I want, and is there any support if I do?
- Is it a lonely life being a priest?
- As a priest if I decide that I no longer want to do something, such as work in a specific parish, do I have any say or is it all out of my hands?
- What do priests do all day?
- How important is prayer in the daily life of a priest?
- Why do some priests wear religious clothes while others don’t?
- If I become a priest, will I be living with mostly elderly men?
- As a priest, will I get to see and talk with family and friends regularly?
- What if as a priest I need to take time out to care for a relative or family member?
- Do priests get a wage and if so can they do what they wish with it?
- What if I change my mind about being a priest during training or things just don’t work out? How do I pick my life back up again?
- What kind of free time does a priest get, and can he spend it how he wishes?
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Most popular questions
- Can a gay man become a priest?
- I feel I have a specific charism to youth outreach. Can I live this charism out as a priest, or must I follow the charism of the order I join?
- Why are there so many different religious organisations?
- What does discernment mean when we’re talking about vocation?
- Why are there so many different religious orders?
- Why can’t priests date and get married?
- I do not consider myself to be exceptionally holy, I try to pray every day and follow the commandments. I have always been very interested in the priesthood but I have never felt a burning passion for it. Could I still be called to the priesthood?
- Why do I have to be celibate to be a priest?
- What is a deacon and how is it different than a priest?
- The idea of public speaking is very challenging to me and I avoid it if possible. How can I be a priest when I hate public speaking?