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St. Catherine of Siena, t.o.p., Leading Pope Gregory XI Back to Rome From Avignon, France in 1377 Ending the "Babylonian Exile" of the Papacy in France which Commenced in 1309 with Pope Clement V.
Muglieris Diplomatica Dignitatem
"On the Diplomatic Dignity of Women"
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Flaminia Giovanelli, says the communique, "is the first woman to hold the position of under secretary of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace. Before her the Australian lay woman Rosemary Goldie held the same post in the Pontifical Council for the Laity from 1966 to 1976, while a religious, Sr. Enrica Rosanna F.M.A., is currently under secretary of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life.
"The appointment of Ms Giovanelli", the text adds, "confirms the great trust the Church and the Holy Father Benedict XVI place in women. In his time, Venerable Pope John Paul II also underlined the need for a 'fuller and meaningful participation of women in the development of society'".
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