Naturally it's "opinion based". As I'm fond of saying, 12 out of 10 questions in this forum are opinion based!
That is not why I voted to close.
The rationale for closing as being unclear is that I am not certain the OP understands what "Catholic doctrine" is or what it implies. Very few people are actually aware what the Catholic Church actually teaches on these matters (some are ignorant some are insulting).
The comment in question was I think you may not quite understand what "Catholic doctrine" actually is; therefore it's unclear what you're actually asking. Which kind of Catholic are you talking about (for starters)? Which the OP has partially addressed by specifying the rite in question (Roman rather than, e.g. Maronite or Byzantine).
At present, I remain uncertain if the OP means Roman Catholic priests here in the real world or Roman Catholic priests there in the fictional world. Same goes for the doctrines of the Church: are they the doctrines of here or of there?
Furthermore, the rationales (here) for celibacy (among Roman Rite priests) is not to avoid "distraction". There are Roman Catholic priests who are married; there are non-Roman Catholic priests who are married.
The OP needs to at the very least study and understand actual Roman Catholic doctrine before editing this question. Once these issues are cleared up, then we can look at the question of why would Catholic priests in this fictional world be expected to be celibate at all and perhaps also the question of whether Ashera~Yahweh are understood to be a married couple, are they understood to be gendered Beings (I don't know about Judiasm, but in Christianity God is understood to be without the concept of sex and gender, as those are phenomena of created beings).
When all of these issues are straightened out, I'll be happy to vote to reopen! Until then, the OP, as I said, doesn't know what he's talking about, and is just going to run himself into trouble.