Revolution From the Top in the Catholic Church

If personnel is policy, as corporate consultants proclaim, then two of Pope Francis’ most recent appointments reflect his goal to impose his vision on the Catholic Church at the expense of its remaining theological and moral credibility.

One is the new head of the Vatican’s highest theological body, the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, the new name for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. The other, who is organizing next month’s World Youth Day, reinforces Francis’ globalist vision, which effectively denies the Gospel, as The Stream reported.

Both men will become part of the 21 new cardinals Francis will name in September. All but three will be eligible to vote in the next conclave that will choose Francis’ successor. Last August, the pope appointed another 21 to the College of Cardinals, 16 of whom could vote for the next pope.

Francis is laying the groundwork to make his revolution permanent.

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