Sunday, February 17, 2013

Not a communications crisis but a management crisis in Rome

"A radical transformation of the culture is unlikely. “We’re talking about people who have given their life to this institution, but at the same time the institution has become their life,” said one senior Vatican official. “Unlike parish priests, who have the personal rewards that come with everyday contact, their lot is not as human. It’s bureaucratic, but it becomes all-consuming.”

The entire debacle, he said, “wasn’t a communications crisis. It was a management crisis.”"


Cathcon- before the Council, before the vocations crisis, the best were sent to Rome but now it is in the interests of Dioceses to send their worst to Rome and keep the best for themselves.
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