The Vatican said Francis had followed the saga of the Sodalitium of Christian Life for years and was “particularly concerned about the seriousness of information about the internal regime, the training and financial management.”
"For women to feel that they are heard in the Catholic Church, they need to be able to speak at Mass. They need to have some input on church doctrine. And they need to have some kind of public dialogue with the bishops. The current state of affairs in the Church gives the message that women are supposed to shut up, serve coffee, and be generous in writing checks."