#GAReads | Leaders of Vatican Women's Magazine Quit, Citing 'Climate of Distrust'

Lucetta Scaraffia. Photo credit: Medol [ CC BY-SA 4.0 ],  via Wikimedia Commons .

Lucetta Scaraffia. Photo credit: Medol [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons.

Leaders of Vatican Women's Magazine Quit, Citing 'Climate of Distrust'“:

The founder and the entire editorial board have quit a Vatican women’s magazine that has drawn international attention for exposing the abuse of nuns, citing a “climate of distrust and progressive delegitimization” of their work inside the Vatican’s communications office.

In a letter of resignation to Pope Francis, Lucetta Scaraffia, the founder and editor of Women Church World, wrote that the editorial board members, all women, felt in the last few months, that a hierarchy dominated by men was marginalizing them and did not value their work.

Read Elisabetta Povoledo’s full article at The New York Times here…