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Women's role in the Church - Perspectives Weekly: Conclave Special

March 9, 2013
With the recent papal transition in the media, much attention has been focused on the role of women in the Church. Questions have been raised: Should women be ordained as priests? Is there equality in the Church? Does the Church value women? Join us as host Kris Dmytrenko speaks with three diverse Catholic women to hear what they have to say about these timely issues.
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