Second Lateran Council

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the second council of the Western Church in 1139 which put an end to the dogmatic errors of Arnold of Brescia

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Instead of enhancing the preaching of the gospel for which it was originally intended, when made a priestly requirement at the Second Lateran Council in 1139--celibacy has now become a hindrance to that divinely appointed mission.
At the Second Lateran Council in 1139, the question was clarified further: clergy marriages were not only unlawful (illicit) but also invalid.
Celibacy has been required of diocesan priests in the Latin Rite since the Second Lateran Council in 1139.
The Second Lateran Council and Pope Innocent II (forgetting the example of his fifth-century namesake) effectively put a halt to the married priesthood in 1139.
The authors say nothing further to explain "the mandate of 1139," leaving readers to recall for themselves the proceedings of the Second Lateran Council.
In 1139, the Second Lateran Council made celibacy mandatory for priests.
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