When the bells rang at the vatican last night, Pope Francis was elected and traditions were broken. For the first time, the Roman Catholic Church elected a Jesuit and a Latin American as pope. But how long will it take to see more changes within the church? Will we ever see a woman pope?
Our friends at The Gloss take a look at the issues with prohibiting women from being ordained as priests — which makes them ineligible to become pope.
See the argument at The Gloss: Why Can’t The New Pope Be A Woman?
How do you think the world could benefit from a female pope?
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