Sadly, the Catholic Church, similar to many other churches, is an institution that does a great job of guarding its own power rather than looking outward. And that power is vested in its priests, who are celibate males only. So clericalism propagates itself and it is not going to go away.
I do not believe the Catholic Church will adopt tenants of anti-clericalism. Clergy is vitally important to the way the Catholic Church is organized and doing so would deconstruct the church itself. I believe Catholics who lose their way, or their faith so to speak, generally develop tenants of anti-clericalism as they struggle.
In reality, what has the Catholic Church ever changed, regardless of how the world has changed around it. The Catholic Church will never, and I mean never, adopt any part of the anti-clericalism. This Church has shown in its past and present that the only way they will even consider changing anything is if they are forced to do so. Sometimes even if it is mandated,they have been know to fight change until the bitter end. Not to mention anti-clericalism basically goes against the Church beliefs itself, it would asinine to adopt these ways.
The Catholic Church will never adopt any tenets of anti-clericalism. The Catholic Church has shown over and over again that it only changes when it's forced to. And there is absolutely no reason why the Church would ever adopt a stance that would be in complete opposition to their own beliefs.
The Catholic Church will never adopt any tenets of anti-clericalism. They have a very hard time adjusting their views towards anything and this is just one of them. I think they will never adopt any tenets of anti-clericalism because for some this goes against everything that they believe in their church.