Pope John Paul II has exhorted the world not to exploit women in the work force. He has called existing legislation "leaving much to be desired" (The Inquirer, Dec. 14).
As head of one of the largest religions in the world, he refuses to allow women to become priests, altar girls or even church ushers. His good advice should be implemented in the Catholic Church as an example to the rest of the world. His actions would have more impact than his words.