Bishop encourages women to run for political office
Catholic World News - July 27, 2010
The bishop of one of the world’s least populous dioceses is encouraging women to overcome cultural barriers and run for local political office. Bishop Vincent Boi-Nai is the first bishop of Yendi, Ghana, a diocese of 7,000 Catholics in a heavily Muslim area of the nation.
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