Posts Tagged ‘Transparency’

Rebuilding the Vatican Bank’s reputation Comments 0

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

The president of the “bank” of the Holy See, in this interview with Vatican Radio, opens his campaign to restore credibility to the controversial institution. With more integrity, more transparency, more communication Q: President Ernst von Freyberg, do you like your job, coming from Frankfurt down to Rome, working inside the Vatican? A: It is Read more

Greater transparency will be good for the Church Comments 0

Friday, June 1st, 2012

‘Re-imagining the Mission — A Pilgrimage of Faith’ was the title of the keynote address presented by Fr Frank Brennan on 24 May 2012 at the Sandhurst Catholic Education Conference at Catholic College Bendigo. Fr Brennan gave his personal reflections on Catholic education and social justice, Vatican II and Catholic education 50 years on, contemporary faith and “some Read more

Cloyne cleric urges transparency and new thinking Comments 0

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

A priest in Ireland’s troubled Cloyne diocese is urging the church leadership to develop a new way of thinking and acting in light of the scandal facing the diocese. Fr Joseph McGuane, the first ordinary cleric in Cloyne to comment on the child abuse controversies, said that ordinary people were very angry that “justice has Read more