During the 74th general assembly today, Pope Francis gave some preview about his upcoming decisions, explicitly mentioning the appointment of the new prefect of the Congregation for the Divine Worship and the Discipline of Sacraments.
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Pope Francis issues sweeping new transparency laws for senior officials but critics doubt their efficacy unless the working culture of the Vatican changes.
The first edition of the manuscript was published in Italian in November 2020 by Edizioni San Paolo as a 320-page book.
Almost half of the Roman Curia’s most important departments are currently led by prelates past the recommended retirement age of 75.
The commission is responsible for determining sanctions against curial employees accused of misconduct, ranging from suspension to dismissal.
In his annual Christmas speech to the bishops and cardinals of the Roman Curia, the pope stressed that this Christmas marks a time of crisis for society and for the Church.
The cardinals who led the process of drafting the new papal document on Curial reform have disclosed details, ahead of its pending publication.
The Pope sent letters to Cardinals George Pell, Francisco Javier Errazuriz and Laurent Monsengwo at the end of October to thank them for their service.
The cardinals gathered Sept. 11-13 to discuss the ongoing reform.
The Holy Father stressed that the reform isn’t ‘an end in itself,’ but rather ‘a process of growth and above all conversion.’