Posts Tagged ‘Vatican Council for the Economy’

Vatican finance appointee expects integrity

Monday, August 17th, 2020

To be credible, the Vatican’s finances need to show integrity, be transparent and have set of values that everyone can operate under, says a recent appointee to the Holy See’s Council for the Economy. Leslie Ferrar, is one of six women Pope Francis appointed to the board overseeing the Holy See’s finances. Reforming the Vatican’s Read more

Women priests possible says new top female Vatican official

Thursday, August 13th, 2020

Ordaining women to the priesthood and opening top roles in the Vatican bureaucracy to women are both possible scenarios, says an appointee to the Vatican Council for the Economy. Law professor Charlotte Kreuter-Kirchhof (pictured), who was recently appointed by Pope Francis as a member of the high-level group that oversees the Vatican’s finances, says in Read more

Pope picks six women for ‘all-male’ Vatican posts

Monday, August 10th, 2020

Pope Francis has attempted to right the gender balance in senior Vatican posts, appointing six women to traditionally all-male Vatican roles at the Vatican Council for the Economy. In addition to the women, the only layman named to the council was Alberto Minali, a former executive at Italian insurance companies. Statutes for the Council, which Read more