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National Catholic Reporter
Editorial: Financial reforms need transparencyfinancial statements. Even with John Paul's blessing, Szoka's battle for accou
Editorial: Financial reforms need transparency
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 14 days ago
financial statements. Even with John Paul's blessing, Szoka's battle for accountability was tough. Many people in the Roman Curia hated that he was changing the way things had always been done. After he retired in 1997, things deteriorated... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Francis' female deacon commission brings hope, cautionbe able to take on in the church." Rose-Milavec said while the pope is likely
Francis' female deacon commission brings hope, caution
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 18 days ago
be able to take on in the church." Rose-Milavec said while the pope is likely to run into opposition from members of the Roman Curia and some theologian and scripture scholars, she does not believe it will deter him. "I don't have any doubts... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
The pontificate might be stuck in the mudthe synod a constitutive part of the Bishop of Rome's ministry will also lead t
The pontificate might be stuck in the mud
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 22 days ago
the synod a constitutive part of the Bishop of Rome's ministry will also lead to a new and reduced role for the Roman Curia, which would be subjugated to the pope's synod. Indeed this may be the only way that Francis can bring about a... Read more
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Daily Maverick
A popular Pope, a divided church, and the power struggle at the heart of Catholicismthe Church could honour and value women better. Francis has also been slow in
A popular Pope, a divided church, and the power struggle at the heart of Catholicism
Daily Maverick / Posted 22 days ago
the Church could honour and value women better. Francis has also been slow in ensuring that reform gains traction in the Roman Curia. He has made some surprising appointments of conservative men who oppose reform, like Cardinal Robert Sarah, head... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
German cardinal says 'unauthorized people' in Rome veto bishop nominationswith local priests and bishops. However, the final choice rests with the pope,
German cardinal says 'unauthorized people' in Rome veto bishop nominations
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 26 days ago
with local priests and bishops. However, the final choice rests with the pope, following recommendations from the Roman Curia, which can reject the "terna" and request new names. A cathedral chapter is a group of priests, usually senior... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Church laws may justify calls for French cardinal's resignationcondemning the reporting of paedophile priests to the police by bishops were ma
Church laws may justify calls for French cardinal's resignation
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 27 days ago
condemning the reporting of paedophile priests to the police by bishops were made in 2002 by high ranking prelates in the Roman Curia and Church leaders in France, Germany, Belgium and Honduras. Apart from obeying canon law, Barbarin was acting... Read more
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Roll Call
Biden Gets Pope's Support for Cancer 'Moonshot'organizations. On the “moonshot,” Obama officials and Francis himself could ru
Biden Gets Pope's Support for Cancer 'Moonshot'
Roll Call / Posted 1 months ago
organizations. On the “moonshot,” Obama officials and Francis himself could run into the kind of deep pessimism within the Roman Curia about the U.S. pharmaceutical industry that Nicholson said he encountered as the American ambassador there. But... Read more

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