Anne Soupa: “The more women responsible for the church, the less abuse there will be”

The scandals of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church have caused many upheavals around the world, in France and especially in Lyon. After being sentenced to six months in prison for not reporting the priestly pedophile acts, his supervisor, Archbishop Barbarin, was released on appeal in late January. He finally left in March and his estate is open. A few days ago, a woman has just applied, the theologian Anne Soupa. She is our guest.