Five years of reign for Pope Francis

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Elected at the head of the Roman Catholic Church on March 13, 2013, Pope Francis is celebrating five years at the head of the Roman Curia this week. Five years full of optimism for some, but which only demonstrated the inability of the Church to modernize for others.

Elected at the head of the Roman Catholic Church on March 13, 2013, Pope Francis is celebrating five years at the head of the Roman Curia this week. Five years full of optimism for some, but which only demonstrated the inability of the Church to modernize for others.

"Pope Francis, who is celebrating his five years of pontificate in two weeks, attended a meeting of his close guard this week which is helping him to reform the Vatican in depth, but the conclusion of these vast projects has not yet been concluded. on the horizon. In December, during his traditional vows to the Curia (Vatican government), the Pope admitted that the “reform” amounted to “cleaning the Egyptian sphinx with a toothbrush”. "

Source: France24.com

“On January 16, Pope Francis testified before ninety Chilean Jesuits that“ the great peace ”experienced by him when he understood that he was going to be elected pope“ did not left ”since. Two months later, could he still say so? Because since that first day of the trip that took him to Chile and Peru, the most violent crisis of his pontificate began, five years after his election, on March 13, 2013. "

Source: The world

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