Women in the Church

In this March 23, 2007 photo, Pope Benedict XVI and Ireland President Mary McAleese pose for photographers prior to a private audience the pontiff granted her at the Vatican (AP Photo/Alberto Pizzoli, Pool, file).
Mary McAleese, who has a gay son and has criticized the church’s position on L.G.B.T. issues, was invited to participate in a panel discussion on women in church governance.
Photo by Sarah Noltner on Unsplash
Kerry Weber February 02, 2018
The only answers that mattered, some argued, were the ones offered by people who attended Mass weekly or more.
Mark M. Gray, Mary L. Gautier January 22, 2018
Las mujeres católicas podrían ser parte de una ola de votación por el Partido Demócrata en 2018. Están listas para recibir diaconisas.
Pope Francis blesses a woman during his weekly audience in Paul VI hall at the Vatican Aug. 9 . (CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano)
Ashley McKinless January 19, 2018
You have heard it said, “Who run the world? Girls” (Bey 4:12). But we ask: Who runs the church?
Pope Francis blesses a woman during his weekly audience in Paul VI hall at the Vatican Aug. 9 . (CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano)
Ashley McKinless January 19, 2018
You have heard it said, “Who run the world? Girls” (Bey 4:12). But we ask: Who runs the church?
America This Week January 17, 2018
Megan Sweas is this week's guest.