Posts Tagged ‘Vatican Curia’

Curia reform: Four things to look for

Monday, February 14th, 2022
Curia reform

Ever since he was elected pope, Pope Francis has been trying to reform the Vatican Curia, the bureaucracy that is supposed to help the pope in his ministry to the universal church. He has had only limited success — not surprisingly, since every pope since the Second Vatican Council in the early 1960s has also Read more

Radical shake up to Vatican Curia

Monday, July 13th, 2020
Curia

The Vatican Curia looks likely to soon get a radical shake-up, comments Robert Mickens, in La Croix International. According to his sources, the Rome-based editor for La Croix International, says that Pope Francis has signed off Praedicate Evangelium, the upcoming apostolic constitution that will reform the Roman Curia. Francis will receive the resignation of around Read more

Church is a ‘Den of Darkness’ because bishops avoid truth and clarity

Thursday, March 21st, 2019

For Curia Cardinal Robert Sarah the Church has become a “den of darkness” and a “cave of thieves. Certain men of God have turned into “agents of the Evil one. “We have betrayed like Judas.” Sarah calls relativism “the mask of Judas, dressed as an intellectual.” “We tolerate everything” and “Catholic doctrine is put in Read more

Church leaders apologise for leak of ‘gay lobby’ notes

Friday, June 14th, 2013

The President of the Latin American and Caribbean Confederation of Religious Men and Women (CLAR) has apologised to Pope Francis for the leaked notes of a private conversation with the Holy Father over the weekend. In a statement released on the CLAR website, Sr Mercedes Homes Leticia Sanches said there was no record of the conversation Read more