The imperative is sex and not marriage as those able bodied men in white cassocks are human beings with biological impulses and cravings too. They want to indulge themselves and experience periodically, the spasmodic good feeling which comes with good sexual intercourse. They need to relieve themselves every once in a while and quench the animalistic fire burning inside them and in between their groins; but not necessarily to be encumbered by the demands of marital commitment and relationship. They want to have the ability and choice to get it when they want it; and the pope should be properly apprised of this and then tailor his new to be canon in such a way as would achieve the objective of allowing sex, with marriage as an option. Taking the step further, ICHEOKU says priests and sisters can as well pick and choose among themselves and even start marrying themselves too.
ICHEOKU says even 1Timothy 3:2 similarly commanded on the marital status of bishops and since a bishop must first be a priest before graduating to a bishop, it technically follows that the command also appertains to priests. What a new day it will be to see reverend fathers who are husbands and fathers to real children and then deservedly earn their title fathers. What pope on a mission to demystify Catholicism and bring it up to date and not be yoked to centuries old dogmas. ICHEOKU says time for so many people who would like the added benefit of being married or at least getting laid without the scorn of society or a church that will deadlock them, to consider priesthood might have eventually come and hopefully the pope can put it into action sooner than later. The reason it is said that if you live a long time, you will be a witness to so many things and in this century, a catholic priest could also be a married family man. But how about allowing sisters to be ordained too; why not. If female could be doctors, lawyers, engineers, astronauts etc, why not priest.