I've just been speed-reading a horrendous report on a former Anglican diocesan Bishop of Chester, a man called Whitsey, now departed this life. By the Mercy of God, may his soul rest in peace.
His life-long career of sexual Abuse rivalled that of Bishop Peter Ball, but also included women and girls as well as men and boys.
Whitsey was married, with three children.
I mention all this, not to glory in the downfall of the C of E, or because it is meritorious to throw stones at other people (it isn't), but simply because there are Catholics (and others) who argue that Abuse in the Catholic Church is related to the Latin Rite rule of clerical celibacy, which should therefore, in their view, be abolished.
This is the purest, silliest, simplistic, nonsense. Incidentally: observe that Matrimony was not a safeguard against Abuse in the case of Bishop Whitsey.
Human sexuality is, quite simply, immensely complex ... and dangerous. It has been since the Fall.
Anyone who implies otherwise is probably a crook with an agenda.
(h/t Dr Cotton)