Failed Financial Reform and Its Next Victim

[Failed Financial Reform and Its Next Victim]

From Gloria.TV News on the 31st of July 2017

Next Victim: The Corriere della Sera writes that Francis is about to fire the president of the Vatican Bank, Jean-Baptiste de Franssu who was named only in July 2014. According to the paper de Franssu feels increasingly marginalized by the Vatican nomenclature and is in Rome only for a couple of days a week.

Failed Reform: The Corriera della Sera also writes that Francis is about to reverse Cardinal Pell’s financial reform and to put the Secretary of State back into power. In other words: The Italian gang with its corruption and intrigues will return. The liberal Corriere della Sera, otherwise a strong supporter of liberal Pope Francis, considers the track record of his economical reform as poor.

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One comment on “Failed Financial Reform and Its Next Victim

  1. Liberal Ideology Jeopardises Vatican’s Financial Reforms

    en.news
    8/1/17

    Pope Francis has aborted the Vatican’s economical reform and is reverting to the former Italian inefficiency. According to formiche [IOR, Pell e de Franssu, tutti i nuovi sommovimenti nella finanza vaticana (IOR, Pell and Francis, all the new revelations in Vatican finance)] this has also ideological reasons as Cardinal Pell, the Vatican reformer who was gradually demoted, was a critic of the controversial Amoris Laetitia.

    Among the strongest adversaries of Pell is pro-gay Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio whose Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts undermined Pell’s reforms. On the other side, Cardinal Wilfrid Fox Napier of Durban, South Africa, a member of the Vatican Council for the Economy and critic of Amoris Laetitia, supported the reforms.

    The most recent development: Cardinal Domenico Calcagno, the President of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Holy See, who fiercely opposed Pell, is investigated in Italy for embezzlement in his former diocese.

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