First Woman Ever Appointed Rector of a Pontifical University

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For the first time in the Church’s history, a woman has been appointed to head a pontifical university. The Congregation for Catholic Education, headed by Cardinal Zenon Grocholewski, chose Sister Mary Melone to head the Pontifical University Antonianum, run by the Order of Friars Minor.
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