- Dec 11, 2019
A new report released March 6 just two days before International Women’s Day stresses the urgency of making sure refugee girls and young women receive an education.
On Friday’s celebration of International Women’s Day, several of the Vatican’s highest-ranking women praised Pope Francis for the steps he has taken to include more women in leadership roles.
Engaging in any form of anti-Semitism is a direct contradiction with the Christian faith, Pope Francis said.
Spreading the Gospel in a place where hate or love are doled out based on tribal membership is a hard task but, since 2008, Sister Orla Treacy of the Irish Loreto Sisters has risen to the occasion. On March 7, the day before International Women’s Day, she was recognized again for her efforts.
Catholic women at the Voice of Faith conference are the first to say that they are angry, but not enough to leave the Church.
Inside and around the Vatican, Catholic women point to a ‘cultural revolution’ calling for more female inclusion.