If I were considering a vocation to the priesthood or religious life, I don’t think it would be in the Diocese of Jefferson City. From their vocations page:
What impact does one’s sexual orientation or lifestyle have on becoming a priest or religious?
Religious orders and dioceses are seeking people who are sexually integrated, regardless of whether they are homosexuals or heterosexuals. Being sexually integrated means having a strong sense of self and understanding one’s own affective needs. Candidates to religious life or the priesthood should also have the gifts and talents to live celibately. They should understand what are appropriate expressions of love in a celibate context.
Dioceses and religious communities, in working with candidates, look for “behavioral evidence” that celibacy is a possible lifestyle for a person.
When they muddle the idea of celibacy with “appropriate expressions of love” and “understanding one’s own affective needs”, it says to me that they’re looking for loopholes to the “you can’t have sex” rule. (And that’s not even considering the “it doesn’t matter if you’re gay or straight” nonsense at the beginning.)