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Garramone-Rohr, the new rector at St. John's Episcopal Church, said more women are definitely getting into her profession.
"I think they're able to and are more accepted," she said.
Garramone-Rohr, who was raised a Roman Catholic, said one of the reasons there are more female pastors and rectors is that churches have changed and become more open to women. That church change can parallel societal changes, she said. She has had some uncomfortable experiences as the female leader of an Episcopalian church, but she said she understands people's feelings sometimes.
"The walls are still firmly up in some areas," Garramone-Rohr said. "I'm not offended by it."
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