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Irish government official plans to address Catholic ‘misogyny’ during visit to Rome

March 14, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: An Irish government minister has announced that she will speak about the “misogyny” of the Catholic Church when she visits Rome this week. Children’s minister Katherine Zappone said that she would voice her views when she visits the Irish College, where some of the country’s seminarians are housed.

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