- Jul 9, 2020
Women’s rights activist Reggie Littlejohn has criticized China for hypocrisy in encouraging Chinese families to have more children while punishing Uighur Muslims for doing the same.
Several women theologians and seminary professors have voiced agreement with Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet, who in a recent interview argued that in order to foster a healthy relationship between the sexes, more women should be involved in seminary formation.
For those in Rome who follow Francis closely, the revelation that an 83-year-old Argentinian male has a temper wasn’t exactly a thunderclap.
Pope Francis on New Year’s Day apologized for his “poor example” the night before, when he angrily slapped the hand of a woman in the crowd in front of St. Peter’s Basilica attempting to draw the pontiff to her.
Pope Francis began 2020 with a bang on Wednesday, issuing a harsh condemnation of violence against women, insisting that how society treats women and their bodies is a measure of its level of humanity.
Nine months after the high-profile departure of the best-known in-house critic on women’s issues, the latest edition of a supplement dedicated to women’s issues published by the Vatican’s newspaper suggests that it hasn’t lost its critical edge.