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May 16, 2019

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mike kelly

Very interesting article. Much Government and NGO reform is nothing more than shifting the deck chairs which rarely has any impact on the lives of people. Reforms like NDIS are the exception. The best reforms not only involve organizational and structural change but transformation of cultures as well. I was pleasantly surprised to read that Francis’s reform is multifaceted including tackling the ideology of the curia and by the end of June, there will be 57 voting cardinals created by Pope Francis, (44 created by Benedict XVI and 19 created by John Paul II). To date (with more to come) Pope Francis has created around 47 % of voting cardinals- So at least the opportunity has been there!

John Candido

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