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Colleen Dulle
The meetings of Pope Francis’ Council of Cardinal Advisors generally do not garner much attention, but since last year’s synod, they have made headlines thanks to a series of presentations organized by Sister Linda Pocher, F.M.A.
FaithFaith and Reason
Robert P. Maloney
History has ignored Joanna, as it has most of the other women who followed Jesus from Galilee to Jerusalem and provided for him and the Twelve “from their resources” (Lk 8:2-3).
Inside the Vatican
The Vatican announced the creation of 10 study groups to focus on themes that arose at last October’s Synod on Synodality, an announcement that prompted mixed reactions: Are the groups “kicking the can down the road” or opening a “new horizon”?
FaithShort Take
Katie Owens Mulcahy
What could be possible if the gifts of diaconal women were empowered through ordination?
Claire Giangravé - Religion News Service
Leading up to International Women’s Day, Catholic women convened near the Vatican and online, advocating for female leadership within the Catholic Church, pushing for equality, visibility and institutional openness to change.
Colleen Dulle
In an interview with Colleen Dulle, Anglican Bishop Jo Bailey Wells talks about attending a meeting of Pope Francis’ Council of Cardinal Advisors where she spoke about her experience as an ordained woman.