Pope says women leaders 'better' than men

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'Pope Francis says countries with female leaders have handled the Covid-19 pandemic better than others and that he has increased the number of women in decision making roles in the Vatican because they are “much better administrators than men”.

The Jesuit Pope made his remarks in a new book that sets out his vision for a post-Covid world with a strong focus on social, economic and political issues.
“I chose these particular women because of their qualifications but also because I believe women in general are much better administrators than men,” he said of the financial council appointments, which included former UK cabinet minister Ruth Kelly. “They understand processes better, how to take projects forward.” He said that from his time in Argentina, he realised that “the advice of women in pastoral and administrative councils was more valuable than that of many men.”'

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... shouldn't he allow women to be priests, bishops, cardinals, and popes?

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This is how the catholic church operates at a personal level. The pope gives women praise for filling administrative roles, believing they'll be so buffed by his mere praise, they'll forget all about the important stuff. What backward world he lives in.

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