Celibacy – the double crime of the Catholic Church

Once again, a paedophilia scandal has shaken the world’s Catholic Church. And there is no doubt that celibacy is the main reason for this shameful phenomenon!


Celibacy or the vow of celibacy for Catholic priests became the mandate in the Western Church in the era of Pope Gregory I the Great (590-604 AD) and has remained in existence since then.

Like any tradition, the celibacy must have become established not simply for the sake of serving the God, but rather for reasons more profound and simple.

It is well known that the wealth of the Catholic Church heavily depends on the plentiful donations from its members. The father founders of the Catholic Church were clearly intelligent people who understood human nature and felt the Law of Gene Preservation intuitively. They understood that no power, no fear of God could be strong enough to stop priests from sneaking into the Church’s treasury if it provided a solution in providing for their children and grandchildren. The celibacy was established to avoid the risk of the ‘devotees’ succumbing to this temptation. As simple as that!


What is celibacy from the point of view of The Last Faith?

It is not just a sin, it is a true crime against human nature, a double crime against two fundamental principles of The Last Faith:

  • against the right of the individual to Gene Preservation
  • and against the right of the individual to Freedom of Choice

Neither God nor Christ could have come up with the idea of celibacy. Did God not instruct the people: be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the Earth…?

The paedophilia among the Catholic priests is the perverted and shameful result of celibacy and abstinence from the “normal” sexual relationships.

The Vatican must repent and decide on the abolition of celibacy if it hopes to prevent the continuing diminishment of its authority!

Sadly, the Pope’s speech, recently delivered in Ireland, showed that this is a step His Eminence is not yet willing to take. As before, what he proposed was to treat the symptom but not the cause.

Christ made the ascent to Calvary for the sake of urgent reforms…

Martin Luther was forced to hide from the threat of death throughout Europe to continue the struggle for the Reformation…

What does Pope Francis have to lose? His rank, his papacy? Why is he afraid to face the root cause of the issue?


Karmak Bagisbayev, professor of mathematics, author of “The Last Faith: a book by an atheist believer”


P.S. Dear readers! The main objections to this article are that not all Catholic priests are paedophiles and that there are married Catholic priests who happen to be paedophiles. I absolutely agree with you!
Your objection could also apply to a well-known fact that on average married men live longer than bachelors since there are bachelors who live to 100 years and married men who die young.
But this article is all about statistical evidence!
Despite the fact that the percentage of paedophiles among Catholic priests is small, it is still significantly higher than the average figures among the non-clerical population.
How would you explain this statistic? The only reasonable explanation here is celibacy, which does not lead directly to paedophilia, but increases its probability due to voluntary suppression of the most basic and natural instinct.
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2 thoughts on “Celibacy – the double crime of the Catholic Church”

  1. I agree that priests should be able to live a ‘normal family life, and be allowed sexual freedom. But will that stop paedophilia, I know of paedophiles that are not priests, not even Catholic.Also I am wondering what makes it permissible in their minds to sexually have sex with children and animals, which surely must be against their principles as much as sex with a willing woman?

    1. The main objections to this article are that not all Catholic priests are paedophiles and that there are married Catholic priests who happen to be paedophiles. I absolutely agree!

      The same objection could also apply to a well-known fact that on average married men live longer than bachelors since there are bachelors who live to 100 years and married men who die young.

      But this article is all about statistical evidence!

      Despite the fact that the percentage of paedophiles among Catholic priests is small, it is still significantly higher than the average figures among the non-clerical population.

      How would you explain this statistic? The only reasonable explanation here is celibacy, which does not lead directly to paedophilia, but increases its probability due to voluntary suppression of the most basic and natural instinct.

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