Here's the thing, does not St. Paul say that it is better to marry than to burn with passion? And would it not then be even more true that it is better to marry than to fornicate (possibly with parishioners)?
But this is comparing apples with oranges. The people in this report (and many besides) claim that celibacy causes the pedophilia/ephebophilia, which is patently absurd. As noted, if an otherwise hetereosexual man wants to have sex with someone, it will most likely be with a woman, not with an adolescent or pre-pubescent boy. Those who do the latter obviously have more problems than dealing with imposed clerical celibacy.
I'm with Schulz. I was also celibate for most of the first forty-five years of my life, before I married. Being celibate is *hard*, but it didn't have the effect of making me want anything different than I do now. It just meant that I needed to cope with not getting at least some of what I wanted. Being married makes some of that easier, but honestly not that much easier. In the Orthodox Church, we are celibrate part of the year anyway, and guess what? You end up wanting what you can't have even if it's for a day, or a few weeks during lent. I bet the Catholics and Copts that participate here can testify to the same thing. (wry grin)
Celibacy doesn't cause anybody to want sex with children or very young adolescents. If they do, something else is wrong -- something that would plague them whether they were celibate or not. I'm a survivor of childhood sex abuse, and my molester/attacker was a married man. The majority of child sex abusers on record have been married men. I don't believe that married, heterosexual men are particularly prone to being pedophiles -- just that those who are prone to pedophilia or other aberrant sexuality often try to sublimate it or hide it by getting married. Within the Roman Catholic Church, they've also had a huge, now public, problem with those who have something to hide becoming priests and then acting out their pathology. We've seen a certain degree of that in the Orthodox Church as well.
The lesson I took from this whole sick, sad, sorry mess is that hiding sin is a bad idea, whether it's somebody fighting to control urges to pedophilia, or a church heirarchy trying to protect its reputation by hiding the sins of its priests. :/