Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation announcement has re-sparked the debate about diversity in the Catholic Church: It’s time for a Black Pope! It’s time for a Latino Pope! An Asian Pope! But…what about a female Pope? What if instead of a Papa we could have a Santa Madre or a Mater (Latin for mother)? The idea may sound far-fetched, but a recent Washington Post op-ed claims the best choice to replace B16 is a nun.