“Only women can reform the Church because they are not compromised by power”, a Vatican expert has said.
An ex-Vatican journalist is standing up to sexism in the Church, recalling that “the Gospels were the first feminist book in history”.
A Vatican journalist turned critic of the institution has warned that a #NunsToo “revolt” is brewing among the world’s female religious, recalling that women themselves “are a revolution”.
A former Vatican journalist has hit out at priests’ treatment of nuns, saying that in many cases women religious are in situations of “total exploitation” at the hands of ordained men.
Some historians, questioned in recent months by the crisis that the Catholic Church is going through, have recalled that in its millenary history this institution has been deeply renewed every 500 years.
Lucetta Scaraffia, founder and former director of the Vatican magazine Donne Chiesa Mondo (“Women Church World”), has said that the unpaid or underpaid work of women is the only thing keeping the Church alive.