DOES COMMITMENT TO CELIBACY LEAD TO BURNOUT OR ENHANCE ENGAGEMENT ? A Study among the Indian Catholic Clergy

@inproceedings{Corveleyn2010DOESCT,
  title={DOES COMMITMENT TO CELIBACY LEAD TO BURNOUT OR ENHANCE ENGAGEMENT ? A Study among the Indian Catholic Clergy},
  author={Jozef Corveleyn and Peter Luyten and Hans De Witte},
  year={2010}
}
Burnout and engagement in general are thought to be associated mostly with work related factors and sometimes with personal factors as well. Over the past three decades a number of studies among clergy have identified various causes for priests’ susceptibility to burnout and have linked various independent variables in the study of burnout among clergy. However, a study on the association between commitment to celibacy, burnout and engagement among clergy has not been attempted. Is celibacy… CONTINUE READING

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