Father Guerrero told Vatican News the Holy See comes “from a culture of secrecy, but in economics we have learned that transparency protects us more than secrecy.”
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Bishop Szkodoń, 74, an auxiliary bishop of Kraków archdiocese, was ordered to undertake a three-month closed retreat, “dedicated to reflection and prayer.”
On his way home, the Pope stopped to pray at the Basilica of St. Mary Major.
On July 12, the Vatican confirmed that the 84-year-old pope would remain at Rome’s Gemelli Hospital for “a few more days” before being discharged, “to optimize the medical and rehabilitation therapy.”
Pope Francis is scheduled to celebrate the closing Mass of the International Eucharistic Congress Sept. 12.
The inquiry was conducted according to the provisions of the Code of Canon Law and Pope Francis’ 2019 motu proprio Vos estis lux mundi.
Vatican Official Pleads with Catholic Critics of Covid Vaccines: ‘Listen to What the Church Has Already Said’
During a press conference presenting a final statement dedicated to "vaccine equity and confront vaccine hesitancy," Archbishop Paglia took several questions from journalists representing secular and Catholic media highly skeptical of COVID vaccines who pushed back.
The apostolic nunciature in Poland announced on March 29 that the Vatican had sanctioned Archbishop Głódź after a probe under the norms of Pope Francis’ 2019 motu proprio Vos estis lux mundi.
Blinken’s morning visit to Vatican City included a meeting with Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin and Archbishop Paul Gallagher, the Vatican Secretary for Relations with States, as well as a tour of the Sistine Chapel.
Archbishop Stanisław Gądecki, the president of the Polish bishops’ conference, said in November 2020 that allegations against Cardinal Dziwisz aired in a television program should be clarified by the Vatican.