Understanding Catholic Church has its funds in Judaism, which is a male based religion, how does Catholic Church justify the fact that women cannot admistrate religious rites?
Jesus did not ordain women.
It is because of Christ's example in sacred scripture and because of Apostolic Tradition (Tradition with a capital 'T'). The Church does not consider herself authorized to change this. Christ could have ordained women to priesthood. He had the power to do that and he chose not to. Christ chose those whom he willedMk 3:13-14; Jn 6:70, and he did so in union with the Father, through the Holy SpiritActs 1:2, after having spent the night in prayerLk 6:12. These chosen men were the one who were present at the institution of the Priesthood in the Upper Room on Holy Thursday.src1 src2 src3
There were women priests in other religion. So it wold not be a scandal if he did ordain women. Also priests are at mass in Persona Christi, so it would be proper for them to resemble Christ in body too.
Also remember that the perfect non-divine human being, the mother of God was not a priest.
Every sacrament requires the proper matter and form. For example, baptism needs water and the form "I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen." The sacrament of Holy Communion requires unleavened bread and the form "This is my body… etc."
The same goes for the sacrament of Holy Orders, whose matter is a male. One cannot ordain a female just like one cannot baptize with motor oil or consecrate a dorito chip.
Here's how St. Thomas Aquinas explains it, in answering the question "Whether the female sex is an impediment to receiving Orders?":