- May 11, 2021
After nearly 6 years of work, it looks like the new governing constitution of the Vatican should be published by the end of the summer. The clear winner is the Secretariat of State.
Simply shuffling personnel in and out of the Vatican Press Office doesn’t herald real reform in how the Vatican engages the media.
With Vatican reforms, major trips and key personnel moves all looming, 2019 looks like a big year for Pope Francis.
Pope Francis’s call for a missionary church that is focused on preaching the Gospel will be the guiding principle of the apostolic constitution that will govern the Roman Curia, the secretary of the pope’s international Council of Cardinals said.
First and former Vatican auditor says he is willing to take his place back in the Vatican now that charges against him have been dismissed.
It is hard for the pope to distance himself from the string of sexual abuse scandals affecting high-ranking clerics. He needs to take drastic action if he is to salvage the Church’s reputation on sex abuse.
A Kafka-esque experience of the Italian gas company Eni illustrates the cultural challenges to Vatican reform.
Italian Cardinal Angelo Becciu, the pope’s former chief of staff, says that it’s “too early” to judge the state of Vatican reform.