Papal household chief thinks Curia reform not needed

The prefect of the papal household has said he believes reform of the Vatican bureaucracy is not necessary.

Archbishop Georg Ganswein told a German website that to speak of “curial reform” is “somewhat of an exaggeration”.

“I personally can see no significant reason which would necessitate a reform of the Curia at the moment,” he said.

“One or two changes may be made, but that is part of the normal run of things.”

Archbishop Ganswein is also the personal secretary of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.

Reform of the Roman curia has become a key theme in Pope Francis’s drive for change in the Church.

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