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The Affairs of the Curés

It cannot be imagined that a man of fifty would take a bath with a thirty-year-old schoolmistress, in the presence of a thirty-five-year-old priest, unless he had lost his head.1

 

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Scandal in the Parish by Karen E. Carter

Author:Karen E. Carter , Date: June 15, 2019

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Author:Karen E. Carter

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: MQUP

Published: 2019-06-14T16:00:00+00:00
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The Affairs of the Curés

It cannot be imagined that a man of fifty would take a bath with a thirty-year-old schoolmistress, in the presence of a thirty-five-year-old priest, unless he had lost his head.1

Nicolas Hyacinthe Vernier

Celibacy has proved a rather difficult challenge for Catholic priests and monks throughout the history of the Roman Catholic Church. Who can forget the stories of clergymen seducing both noble and peasant women found in Boccaccio’s Decameron and its French counterpart, Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptameron? Priests who broke their vows of celibacy were a recurring theme in medieval and early modern literature; if these stories are to be believed then it was routine for priests to seduce the women they confessed, assigning vulnerable women sex acts as penance, while savvy friars cuckolded unsuspecting husbands by using trickery to sleep with their wives. These stories were told with great exaggeration to satirize the multiple problems with the clergy and draw attention to the need for reform. In the eighteenth century, pornographic literature featuring clergymen was widespread and contributed to a movement to end clerical celibacy in France.2

But outside of these hyperbolic tales, real parish priests did engage in sexual relationships – about that there can be no doubt. Medieval and even some early modern curés regularly had common-law wives who bore them children; in this way, they were seen to have families just like anyone else in the parish. Ruth Mazo Karras consulted a number of different studies for various regions during the medieval period and found that for the most part, if a parish priest was well liked and did his job, his parishioners looked the other way if he had a concubine.3 In the sixteenth century, visitation records from the German diocese of Speyer, examined by Marc Forster, show that more than half of the parish priests visited between 1583 and 1588 had a concubine. Parishioners did not seem to find this upsetting and rarely complained about it.4

Bishops and other clergymen did find this situation problematic, however; clerical celibacy was thus one of the early targets of the Catholic Reformation movement. A wave of decrees about celibacy had been issued in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, well before the Reformation period, although they were not uniformly enforced and many priests refused to comply with the church’s orders. There were also still many inside and outside of the church who argued that because celibacy was so difficult, priests should be allowed to marry to avoid scandals. When Protestant churches began allowing and even encouraging priests and pastors to marry in the sixteenth century, the Catholic Church took a hard line on the issue to differentiate itself from the new churches. Rules about celibacy began to be enforced with greater regularity. Bishops told priests to give up their concubines or lose their benefices. Servants had to be either close relatives or above a certain age, usually forty or fifty, presumably because they believed priests would be less tempted by older women but also because post-menopausal women would not be able to have children.

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