Pope Francis sharply criticises Vatican bureaucracy.

In his pre-Christmas address to Cardinals, Pope Francis referred to a Curia that is outdated, sclerotic or indifferent to others. He said that the Curia, the administrative pinnacle of the Roman Catholic Church was suffering from fifteen ailments which he wanted cured in the new year. See link below for Pope Francis’ comments to the Curia.  John Menadue.



John Laurence Menadue is the publisher of Pearls & Irritations. He has had a distinguished career both in the private sector and in the Public Service.

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1 Response to Pope Francis sharply criticises Vatican bureaucracy.

  1. Milton Moon says:

    One is almost compelled to respond. Pope Francis is SOME Pope — the Lord’s Prayer in action. If only some of our politicians would read this — and feel ashamed. If only, if only…

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