Married Men

Some articles on married men, men, married:

Thighs And Whispers - Album Information
... Midler's recording of "Married Men" reached the top 40 of the U.S ... Tyler's version was the theme to the British film The World Is Full of Married Men ... "Married Men", "Hang on in There Baby" and "My Knight in Black Leather", released at the height of the disco era, were all issued as extended mixes on 12-inch singles ...
Catholic Church Hierarchy - Presbyterate - In General
... In the Latin Rite or particular Church, only celibate men, as a rule, are ordained as priests, while the Eastern Rites, again as a rule, ordain both celibate and married men ... the Ethiopic Catholic Church ordains only celibate clergy, while also having married priests who were ordained in the Orthodox Church, while other Eastern Catholic Churches, which do ordain ... The Western or Latin Rite does sometimes, though rarely, ordain married men, usually Protestant clergy who have become Catholics ...
Open Marriage Incidence - Estimated Incidence
... The percentage of men and women actively involved in open marriages may be determined from data reported by Blumstein and Schwartz ... Out of 3,498 married men, 903 had an agreement with their spouses allowing extramarital sex out of these 903 married men with an agreement allowing extramarital sex, 24 percent (or 217. 217 / 3498) of married men were actively involved in open marriages during the previous year ...
Clerical Celibacy
... diaconate and priesthood on a case-by-case basis for married clergymen of other churches or communities who become Catholics, but ordination of married men to the episcopacy is excluded (see ... Church and Oriental Orthodoxy, celibacy is the norm for bishops married men may be ordained to the priesthood, but even married priests whose wives ... The vast majority (more than 90%) of Orthodox priests are married men—having married before they were ordained ...
Order Of Saint James Of Altopascio - Primary Texts - An Incident At Pescia in 1358
... He accepted as brethren of the Order many citizens of Pescia who were married men and who took the habit to escape the payment of taxes and avoid doing ... of the commune was that the Master and the friars refrained from taking married men as brethren, but when an occasion arose for receiving such the Master wrote to the commune ... After due consideration of the whole matter he decided that certain married men of Pescia were not and could not be brethren of that Order, but were subject ...

Famous quotes containing the words married men, men and/or married:

    Nowadays, all the married men live like bachelors, and all the bachelors like married men.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    The mountains, the forest, and the sea, render men savage; they develop the fierce, but yet do not destroy the human.
    Victor Hugo (1802–1885)

    You remind me of a child-friend who once wrote to tell me about her sister being married. “Now I will tell you all about Bessie’s wedding.” Then came a long account of bridesmaids, and breakfast, and everything else, except the name of the bride-groom! That of course didn’t matter: the great thing was to get married somehow.
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)