Part Two of this post:
I guess I should thank God because I used to be one of those people, before coming to work for the Church. I thought 'shit, if I'm going to be teaching what the Bible says and what the Church teaches, I'd better know what I'm talking about.' I never once thought about teaching something contrary to the Faith, because I thought (funnily enough), hey, the Church is paying me to teach what it teaches. Why would I espouse my own beliefs that might be contrary?
Of course, we know that not everyone has such a 'high' standard. Now, by all means, it didn't stop me from sinning (cohabitation to start with), but it did open the door for grace to start entering in.
I know that many people would say that I shouldn't: a) been hired in the first place, and b) have been still employed while committing the aforementioned sins.
But honestly, I know that at that point in my life, I would have completely shut down if someone would have done either/both of those things. Who knows, perhaps it would have been done 'pastorally', perhaps I would have taken steps to amend my life. Because it was not done though, it is not my reality. I can only speak to the road that I am currently traveling.