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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