For several decades, popes have evoked female genius in their writings and speeches. One of the key texts is the message that Paul VI addressed to women at the end of the Second Vatican Council. He urged them to “save the peace of the world. From words he moved on to deeds, creating in 1973 a commission to “collect, verify, interpret, review, correctly express ideas on the role of women in the modern community. Today what does the “Feminine Genius” mean for the women of the Vatican?