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July 03, 2021
The laundry list includes some interesting names and corresponding indictments.
June 09, 2021
— Rome — The European Commission’s financial monitor, MONEYVAL, has issued a highly critical report on the anti-money-laundering and general financial oversight efforts of the Holy See. Both MONEYVAL and the Holy See describe the report as “positive” and cite “moderate” to “substantial” effectiveness ratings across a range of areas, but note significant room for
May 25, 2021
The Holy See Press Office announced on Tuesday that the scandal-plagued St Pius X Preseminary will move to a location outside of the Vatican City State.
May 03, 2021
One modifies the General Regulations of the Roman Curia in an attempt to discourage and curtail corruption. The other allows Cardinals and Bishops to be tried for criminal offences by lower-level Vatican Courts.
April 05, 2021
When it comes to stepping on their own message, neither the pope nor the Vatican has need of the press corps’ help. This time, however, it's different.
March 24, 2021
Curial cardinals will take a 10% pay cut, while other department heads will take an 8% reduction, and lower-level officials who are clerics and/or religious will see 3% less in monthly pay. Laity, clerics, and religious will all face pay freezes – even those not subject to pay cuts – for two years.
December 03, 2020
Creditors see the October bankruptcy filing as an attempt to halt hundreds of lawsuits from victims of alleged sexual abuse by clergy.
November 18, 2020
An offer of help to Catholics in need of legal problem-solving
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