"It was time". This could be summed up as the prevailing comment among the citizens we have asked in the street, on the first opening of the Catholic Church to married priests. "I would have no problem hearing a priest who has a wife and children," assure many. "It may be a positive news, though prevent scandals linked to sexual repression ”, others explain. "To cope with the crisis of vocations, one should also open up to the female priesthood," adds someone. But there are also those who disagree: "I would leave the rule of celibacy: whoever makes the priest chooses to marry Christ and to serve the community".