WOMEN IN THE CHURCH;

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The Catholic Church is like a plane with metal fatigue that needs to be grounded and fixed if it is to continue delivering its passengers safely, according to one of its most indefatigable critics, the former Irish president Mary McAleese. 


Women are assuming leadership roles in the administrative headquarters of many of the dioceses of England and Wales and at the Bishops’ Conference offices in London.

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