I didn't know all the specifics of how Catholicism works, so thank you for that.
What I meant to point out is that the word "catholic" originally means or comes from a word that means "universal." The term "Catholic Church" was first coined to mean the Church universal, i.e. all of Christianity, but it has since evolved to generally refer to that specific section of Christianity. (It's referred to Catholicism as we know it for a dang long time, so pointing out that alternative meaning was kind of pointless, but I just felt like sounding smart. Then you had to jump in and lay that knowledge down, lol. Jerk.)
Haha it's all good. Incidentally, not many people realize that a a married man in the other Rites of Catholicism are free to join the Priesthood-it's only the Latin Rite that restricts the Priesthood to the celibate.
I find it interesting that multiple 'denominations' use the phrase, "One, holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church". Orthodoxy makes sense, but Anglicans and even Baptists? It just surprises me sometimes.