Pope Francis’ big reforms to the Roman Curia are finally coming

Pope Francis meets with bishops from the Argentine episcopal conference at the Vatican May 2, 2019. The bishops were making their "ad limina" visits to Rome to report on the status of their dioceses, pray at the tombs of the apostles and meet with Vatican officials. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)

This week on “Inside the Vatican,” Gerry and I update you on the situation in Sri Lanka following a series of explosions in churches and hotels there on Easter Sunday.

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Then, we talk about the new editorial board of Women Church World. Will the new editor in charge have more freedom?

And finally, we talk through some big reforms Pope Francis has planned for the Roman Curia. What is a “super dicastery” and what does it tell us about the pope's priorities?

This episode was brought to you by the documentary “Hesburgh,” available nationwide April 26. Learn more at hesburghfilm.com.

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