Who thinks Priests and nuns should be giving physiological testing before they are allowed to practice?
First of all I assume you mean psychological and not physiological, they have very different meanings. Secondly, the Church turned over the testing of men who applied to the priesthood, to psychologists back in the late 1950s early 1960s and that is when the trouble began. Psychologists do not know about spiritual things, and that is what the priesthood is about. Back in the 1950s homosexuality was taken out of the official book of psychological disorders by psychologists, in the 1970s they took out pedophilia as a disorder as well. These people are not the ones who should be charged with determining if a person is a candidate for a spiritual lifetime commitment, they do not know spiritual things. It was during this time, when psychologists were heavily relied on to screen candidates that so many were able to enter the priesthood. Today the Church continues to subject all candidates to a psychological screening, but that is not the core testing criteria, just one aspect. They now focus