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How do married clergy (preachers) in Protestant denominations support their family?
In Roman Catholicism the clergy is predominantly celibate and hence there is no pressure of sustaining a family. What exactly is the system in a Protestant clergy? Are they employed in a gainful ...
Feb 21 '13 at 16:15
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