Posts Tagged ‘Women in Catholic Church’

No to lay clerical attitudes, yes to more women in Vatican

Monday, November 18th, 2019

Pope Francis, Saturday, again lamented the clerical attitudes of some lay people in ministry. He made the comment in the Vatican and at a meeting with the Vatican Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life. Francis said the purpose of creating the dicastery is to promote the care of family and the mission on the laity, Read more

Women can be in charge of a parish

Monday, November 4th, 2019

Catholic bishops are not making full use of Church law, says Cardinal Oswald Gracias. Gracias is one the eight-member Council of Cardinals Pope Francis established in 2013 to help with governing the Catholic Church and reforming its central administration. Women may perform most of the roles currently undertaken by men, he maintains. Noting that while Read more