I need information about what it was like to be in the (Catholic) clergy during around the Victorian period (though frankly any vaguely historical period will do, I don't think it changed much until Vatican II....? ....Assuming Vatican changed that much in regard to the priests themselves.). Not really so much regarding beliefs and such, which I sort of am finding, but more like: Could an ordained priest go to school for a degree in, say, theology? How did they have money for things like food? What was the dress code? How did bishops become--er--bishops?
Also anything regarding colleges during the Victorian era, regarding how people got in, how classes went, which schools were considered prominent back then...?