The presence of the outside-organized event held inside the Vatican is being forthrightly hailed by organizers and the secular media as feminist victory over the traditional stance of the Church. Among the organizers and speakers were Deborah Rose-Milavec, one of the US’s most prominent agitators for female ordination, and Tina Beattie, a British feminist academic notorious for her advocacy for abortion, homosexual relations, and “gay marriage,” and who once compared the Catholic Mass to homosexual sex.
Because when you're in charge of something in Pope Francis' Roman Curia and you're vetting ideas to host a Conference, speakers who advocate contraception, abortion and gay sex is the same as Transubstantiation is right up your alley.
On the website of Voices of Faith, Rose-Milavec said the seminar “could be a key agent in providing Pope Francis and others in leadership with both the vision and tools necessary to carry out his desire for a more incisive female presence in the Church.”
“This would benefit all men and women but particularly women who are poor and powerless and who have been left behind economically, socially and politically,” she added.
The Holy See seems to have a whole erotica theme going on.