sabato 9 aprile 2022

Cardinal says Curia reform requires a change of attitude at the Vatican

(Nirmala Carvalho - Crux) 
A leading advisor of Pope Francis says the new reform of the Vatican bureaucracy will require an “attitude of service” from members of the Roman curia. Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Bombay is a member of the pontiff’s Council of Cardinals that advised him on the curia reform, which culminated with the document Predicate Evangelium, released on March 19. “The Reform of the Curia was the first major program the Holy Father started exactly one month after his papacy was inaugurated. On April 13, 2013, he appointed his Council of Cardinals to advise him in the reform of the curia and the governance of the universal Church,” Gracias told Matters India. (...)