California Governor Jerry Brown told a Vatican conference on climate change that the "Trump factor is very small. Very small indeed.” Brown said the majority of the American people support taking action to combat climate change, but warned work had to be done “to move aside the huge rock of indifference, complacency and inertia.”
If women were protons and men were electrons, the Vatican would be a pretty negatively charged electric field, meaning that men generally own the stage.
The female advisory board for the Pontifical Council for Culture wishes to change that, sending an “electric shock” that will open discussion on women’s roles in the Church.
“The Church is a male-dominated world, but the [wider] world in which it exists is both male and female,” Consuelo Corradi, vice rector for research and international relations at the LUMSA University of Rome, told Crux.
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