The Rev. Scott Caton was hugged by his wife Bonnie after receiving his vestments during his ordination Mass at Sacred Heart Cathedral in Rochester, N.Y. in 2014. Caton is a married father of six who began pursuing the priesthood in 2000 and received Vatican permission in 2010 to take the final steps toward ordination. (Photo by Mike Crupi/CNS)
- The chancellor of Loyola-Chicago notes the Church already has married priests — Anglican converts
- He says the clergy abuse crisis made many more aware of the physical and psychological needs of priests
- He believes bishops from England will raise the issue during the synod at the Vatican in October.