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w=300" data-large-file=" *No representation is made that Andrew Michael Fowler is currently on the state's offenders registry.But news of scandal in the Catholic Church involving priests has been virtually inescapable over the last decade. A tiny rural community with a population of just over 1,200. LING: I've never been in a catholic store before in the middle of town. It's a double blessing for Agnes and her husband, Brian. G KOENIGSKNECHT: I think one of the greatest joys of growing up on a farm is that sense of being needed. UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Just as, you know, roots get life and support to a tree, that's what I have here. G KOENIGSKNECHT: The desire is certainly still there, always will be there. LING: At the end of the day you're a 26-year-old farm boy. My heart started to grow in love with Jesus that it never had before. And I said OK, if you want me to be a priest, you have to have my girlfriend breakup with me because there's no way going to breakup with her. After six months of dating, Samantha broke up with him. LING: Until that fateful moment, there is always a second path for Lee. And even here at seminary, he is surrounded by temptation. Thomas is a co-ed school which means girls are everywhere. I mean, I've just been sitting here for the last 20 minutes and I'm noticing tons of hot chicks. There are guys in seminary now who have experienced intimacy with a woman. But you're kind of OK right now with the fact that it could never happen? THELEN: Celibacy is a gift much it's not something that someone can voluntarily do on their own. LING: And while he could have chosen a wife, he's happier celebrating marriage as a priest. (COMMERCIAL BREAK) LING: In Detroit, father Mathias is back in seminary. DELIA GALLAGHER, REPORTER: The Pope's statement this morning is the first time the Pope has apologized for the sexual abuse of children by priests in the Catholic Church. As soon as you hit town, you get an immediate sense of the values that are important to people. When they told you that they were interested in pursuing the priesthood, how did you feel? Like I help cut the field of hay, I help to move the cows and you make it go around and that's been a great blessing. Where do you get this authority to be able to forgive people? LING: Two brothers have committed to a lifetime of God's work. Had you always thought that one day you would be married and have kids? LING: Mathias' passion for Christ grew and followed him into college where God would find him in a relationship. But if that was a sign from God, he still wasn't ready. If God is calling me, the one whom I love, the one who changed my life, who am I to say no to God? LING: Priests have gotten a pretty bad rap over the last ten years. A siren song of destruction from the pursuit of a higher calling. L KOENIGSKNECHT: People, yeah, would say that like when you come to St. THELEN: I've actually found as a priest more fulfillment and more joy than I ever thought possible. THELEN: Jesus Christ is worthy of our praise and in our weakness we pray. UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I would say always being like you're always under the microscope, I'd say. Always being looked at, always being, you know, judged. Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.

Owners of assume no responsibility (and expressly disclaim responsibility) for updating this site to keep information current or to ensure the accuracy or completeness of any posted information.Will I have a chance to speak at the Council meeting?The President always gives an opportunity near the beginning of the meeting for residents to speak.The Township Clerk’s Office handles all matters related to elections.Return to Transcripts main page THIS IS LIFE WITH LISA LING Called to the Collar Aired November 21, 2014 - ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. But now he is their spiritual father and the pews were full and the people are thrilled. For the Catholic Church to keep growing, we need the father Garys, we really do. LING: At just 26, Father Gary is already making an impression. UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: It's getting to be busier and busier every year. LING: You have noticed in recent years more young men wanting to pursue priesthood than before? We have so many young men that are checking it out. LING: Just a few miles up the road from the catholic store, that dream came true for Father Gary's mother, Agnes. That is a quintessential farm experience right there. It's hard to believe that you two were both the shy guys. LING: And were you surprised that other was thinking about it? It was a big relief, actually, to know, he is feeling this call, too. LING: The twins began their acquired eight years of seminary traveling on retreats to the holy land and Rome. UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I started putting the words, (inaudible). Because your children might not be called to marriage. So there are no guarantees that there were going to be grandchildren to begin with. So when I'm in here, I really try to listen to the Holy Spirit and says God, I need you to tell me what to say. LING: We all are predisposed to form opinions and make judgments. T KOENIGSKNECHT: It's just surprisingly not that hard not to judge. I mean can you have wonderful change relationship with women. LING: Over the past four years, this former lady's man has settled into the role as a priest, learning how to overcome the obstacle of temptation. And so I want to be one of those guys that can do that.THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. As he greets people at the exit, I get a chance to talk to a family that's been coming to this church for over 15 years. LING: Do you guys think it's cool to see a younger priest? But in this day and age, what drives someone to become a catholic priest? LING: And that is something that people are pretty proud of. Once a week her son, the priest, comes home to lead a private mass, just for his parents and siblings. LING: But father Gary isn't the only one wearing a collar in this family. Seven years in they became deacons and a year later at the age of 26, they were finally ordained as priests. It is almost a powerful and wonderful moments in my life. LING: Todd and Gary are now devoted to doing God's work. As priest, they both made the ultimate sacrifice, to remain celibate for the rest of their lives. LING: Back in his parish, Father Gary is now far from the family farm. I have the experience of God's love and mercy myself. LING: Mathias thought he knew where his life was headed. When a friend suggested they go to youth group, Mathias followed and everything changed. I mean you see a beautiful woman, its like don't look at the parts, like look at the whole. LING: Lee tells me like his brothers, he's never dated anyone. Everyone experiences temptations, even the greatest of saints. THELEN: Usually, the temptations are more like you could be married. The priesthood has just thrown him a new curve ball. UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You need people to show people, you know, that priests are holy men, they're great men and they have all made these mistakes. But given how scandalized the priesthood has been over the last decade, it is even more bold.