Catholics are encouraged to marry other Catholics in order to attain a perfect union of mind and full communion of life, but it is also the priests duty to remember that marriage is part of Gods natural law and to support the couple if they do choose to marry.
Why is it important to get married in a Catholic Church?
Getting married in the Catholic Church gives us graces. Gives to marital love a sanctifying quality, making it an instrument for growth in holiness and marriage a path to sainthood. Imparts conscientiousness in the begetting and rearing of children.
Why are Catholics not allowed to marry?
Clerical celibacy also requires abstention from deliberately indulging in sexual thoughts and behavior outside of marriage, because these impulses are regarded as sinful. Within the Catholic Church, clerical celibacy is mandated for all clergy in the Latin Church except in the permanent diaconate.