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More transparency, tough action against church leaders, and a role for Juan Carlos Cruz would be positive steps

The Rome contingent of Alfie’s Army is growing daily

Those who misled the Pope ‘no doubt felt they were protecting the institution’, says Marie Collins

The document reads as a sort of summary view of the world according to Pope Francis

The Holy Father’s meetings with the 93-year-old consistently result in confusion and scandal

Pope Francis is on record as affirming its existence

Many staff believe much-needed reforms will simply not happen

The Pope asked Mgr Viganò to stay on as an ‘assessor’. What does this mean?

There’s a significant turnover of lay staff, but career clerics stay in position

This could be his last chance for proper reforms to the Curia