Monday, January 28, 2008

Pope Benedict's Slow and Steady Move In the Roman Curia

The Rome based reporter Sandro Magister has an interesting piece up. He starts out by saying:

The general reform of the Roman curia that many were expecting to come as a "tsunami" has not happened – and will not happen. But proceeding in small steps, with a few carefully chosen appointments, Benedict XVI has nonetheless moved straight toward his goal. Today the curia meets the pope's expectations, and it implements his directions more efficiently than it did a year or two ago.

Good article. Go read The Roman Curia Wakes Up and Strikes Three Blows for more.

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