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2015/02/03 14:29:24 (permalink)

“women directing the dance,” with men performing the steps.

Cardinals and other Catholic prelates from around the world will gather in Rome this week to discuss women’s issues such as domestic violence, plastic surgery, and women’s contributions to the Church.
However, there won’t be any women at the table when the conversation begins, with the Vatican’s latest effort to take up women’s issues raising eyebrows and stirring controversy.
The Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Culture, headed by Italian Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, is holding its annual plenary assembly Feb. 4-7 to talk about “Women’s Culture: Equality and Difference.”
 
The assembly was officially presented this Monday at a Vatican news conference.
Ravasi said women were invited to make presentations on various issues to be taken up in the plenary assembly, but since the members of the council are all men, that’s who will talk things out behind closed doors.
Ravasi defined the process as “women directing the dance,” with men performing the steps.
 
For full article see http://www.cruxnow.com/church/2015/02/02...ersy/?s_campaign=crux%3Aemail%3Adaily

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