Summary by Ground NewsPope Francis has named three women, two nuns and a lay woman to a previously all-male committee. He disclosed the decision in an exclusive interview with Reuters earlier this month. The three women are sister Raffaella Petrini, an Italian who is currently the deputy governor of the Vatican City. The other 11 appointed on Wednesday were cardinals, bishops and priests.
5 months ago·Holy See
Vatican names 3 women to office that vets bishop nominations
ROME (AP) — Pope Francis on Wednesday named three women to serve as members of the Vatican office that vets bishop nominations, in another first for women to have a say in Catholic Church governance.
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