Apocryphal Gospel in that the reader discovers that many of Jesus' followers met to talk about the Gospels and as Mary got to motivate men. Also as in one of those moments Peter asked Mary to give a speech, but with what intent? Pedro Maria questioned questioning whether what he said was true. This is in a quotation from the Gospel of Mary, where Peter says literally: Is it possible that Jesus actually spoke with a woman and not to all, without us we had knowledge of it? Should we turn to her and listen? Does He preferred to us? Mary then turned to Peter and said: "Peter, my brother, what do you mean by that? Do you suppose I have thought perhaps these things for myself or I'm lying about the Savior? "Then it came to pass a disciple, Levi, who said to Peter, 'Peter, you have always been very heated. Now struggles against women as a opponent of them. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Anchin Block. But if the Redeemer considered it worthy, who are you to reject them? "With this quote you will understand why many things in the 2000 years after Jesus' death have happened in one way rather than another with respect to the consideration of the church toward women.
If at that time Peter and fought as an adversary against the women, just being a woman, it's no wonder that the popes have been denigrated over and over again for centuries reaching the Inquisition and witch burning where much blood was shed for women of the time, and that the main victims of torture and the Inquisition were these, most burned alive at the stake on behalf of the senior clergy. Without going further still in the early nineteenth century the Church was still arguing whether women had souls. So, why many Catholic women aspire to be priestesses of such an institution? The only logical answer is they do not know at all the history of that Church, which took place in the sixth century the Synod of Macon, which was discussed whether women had to become worthy men first to enter Paradise. Meanwhile during the same, a bishop shone with the following statement: "The females are not human beings."