Curia

The Pope has shown he is serious about reforming the Curia, so why has so little actually happened?

Prominent officials in doctrine and financial reform have been removed in 2017

Contempt for proper procedure in the curia is palpable when dealing with some Vatican departments

The anonymous book makes unproven claims. But some of its analysis is uncomfortably plausible

Nearly four years into the reign of Pope Francis, we still do not know what his reformed Roman Curia might look like

Find out what’s really happening in the Catholic Church

The 65th anniversary of Benedict XVI’s ordination as a priest was celebrated at the Vatican with the retired pope and Pope Francis in attendance

For a real change in thinking at the Vatican the Pope needs to replace the people who work there

The only American bishop currently leading a significant curial office is Cardinal Seán O’Malley of Boston

Madeleine Teahan speaks with Vatican observer Fr Mark Drew