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CNS Vatican Report: Women Working at the Vatican

January 29, 2010
On January 21st, Pope Benedict appointed Flaminia Giovanelli as undersecretary of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.  The 61-year laywoman becomes the first woman to hold that particular position, but not the first one to reach that level.  In this week's Vatican Report from Catholic News Service, John Thavis and Carol Glatz discuss women working at the Vatican.

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