From a reader…
What advice can one give to a person who will not go to Mass celebrated by married priest?
GUEST PRIEST RESPONSE: Fr. Tim Ferguson
There is nothing in canon law or theology that prevents people from being silly.
Presumably this silly man, who is refusing the ministrations of a validly ordained priest is fulfilling his obligations elsewhere.
Some folks might not like a priest who is left-handed, or one who is red-headed, or one who wears sandals, or one who has a beard, or one who – with the appropriate and necessary dispensation – has a wife.
It’s all silly, but it can be very hard to argue with silly people.
All things being equal, people are free to choose among the priests available for the sacraments and rites of our Holy Mother Church. Of course, denying the Church has the right to dispense from purely ecclesiastical law is an entirely different thing. That comes dangerously close to heresy.