In his first extended interview with a Catholic publication since his release, the Australian cardinal discusses what he recounts in his ‘Prison Journal,’ which will be published Dec. 4.
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Under the leadership of its current prefect, Cardinal Luis Ladaria, the Vatican office has made a number of recent moves that have garnered praise from theologians.
Some members have expressed fears that the election will pave the way for constitutional reform that would effectively secularize the order by lessening the powers of the professed knights.
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Luigino Bruni, the event's scientific director, said this event represents the ‘largest movement of young economists and entrepreneurs in the world.’
The Australian cardinal’s return is unrelated to the scandal enveloping the Italian cardinal, but previously they had opposing perspectives on how to oversee Vatican financial management.
ANALYSIS: The curial official has been linked to several instances of financial scandals in the last six years.
Observers say the contentious deal will likely continue on a provisional basis.
The World Health Organization reported that 180 vaccines are currently being developed around the world, many of which are derived from cells from aborted fetuses.