A 70-year-old former nun was ordained a priest on April 27 in Louisville, Kentucky, by Roman Catholics defying the ban on women priests.
This brings to about 150 the number of Roman Catholic women ordained as priests all over the world.
When asked if she is worried about being excommunicated from her faith, Rosemarie Snead replied, according to NBC News, that excommunication is "a medieval bullying stick the bishops use to keep control over people and to keep the voice of women silent."
"I am way beyond letting octogenarian men tell us how to live our lives," she added.
Watch out, Francis. We are popping up all around.
You can't keep us down.