Vatican Audit: The Archbishop of Buenos Aires has confirmed that “no crime or negotiation has been identified.”

Vatican Audit: The Archbishop of Buenos Aires has confirmed that “no crime or negotiation has been identified.”

Vatican Audit: The Archbishop of Buenos Aires has confirmed that “no crime or negotiation has been identified.”

He confirmed the inspection sent by the Holy See and said that he had made “all the documents” available to him; Cardinal Paul will meet Francis in Rome tomorrow

Cardinal Mario Paul is in Rome and will meet with Francis tomorrow
Cardinal Mario Paul is in Rome and will meet with Francis tomorrow

Before the trip Cardinal Mario Paul In Rome, where he will be received tomorrow Pope FrancisAnd in the midst of the impact caused by the audit sent by the Holy See, the Archbishop of Buenos Aires said he had given the Vatican “all the accounting documents and “No crime or negotiation has been identified.”

In a statement issued this morning, the Curia authorities in Buenos Aires sought to mitigate the effects of the scandal that led to the audit. Congregation of the Clergy -One of the largest pontifical organizations-, for Real estate operations carried out without the intervention of internal control bodies. The audit was conducted in October and the final report concluded that the established church norms Church property transactions And Cardinal Primat was told that from now on he would be limited to carrying out strictly necessary operations. “

The archbishop explained the reasons for Cardinal Paul’s trip based on “journalistic publications” and said that the purpose of the visit of the members of the clergy was “to get acquainted with the synodal process and the greater participation of shepherds’ agents in the synod.” The frame through which the archbishop walks, Including administrative and economic aspects.

“During the visit, the administration of the Archbishop All accounting documents became available And in no case has it been identified or negotiated. “In the end, they called for improved decision-making processes regarding the administration of economic resources in the Evangelical Service,” the archbishop said in a statement.

Aransdo and Paul, by the way, met yesterday with the Pope at the Vatican
Aransdo and Paul, by the way, met yesterday with the Pope at the Vatican

“A lot of solidarity work is being done, especially because of the recent pandemic, which They need resources to maintain over time. “For this reason, over the years, the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires has paved the way for better administration and the use of assets that serve the evangelist and charitable activities of the Church,” the statement said.

He also explained that Cardinal Paul had left for Rome “for various meetings and gatherings because of his status as a cardinal, which were postponed due to pandemic restrictions, including an audience with Pope Francis requested by Cardinal Paul himself.”

Source: La Nacion

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