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Cardinal Pell: Mismanagement of real estate was revealing of Vatican finances

The second volume of the prison diaries of Cardinal George Pell provides revealing data on the finances of the Vatican. 

One of them is that when he was in charge of the Secretariat for the Economy he discovered that 300 properties together brought a ridiculous total income, of only 60,000 euros a year. 

A figure that does not correspond anywhere near the market prices of Rome.

CARD. GEORGE PELL
Former Prefect, Secretariat for the Economy (Vatican)
“Who knows? I do not know. One possibility is that many of these buildings were in ruins. But anyone who manages a high volume of properties tries to keep them in good condition, so that they generate a profit with rent. I am not able to explain this data. What I can attest to is that it was in the reports. And that is indicative of the kinds of things that make the Vatican’s finances not add up. “

It is true that in February 2014, when the Pope appointed him prefect for the Economy, the cardinal was already aware of this situation, since he was from the committee of 15 cardinals that supervised the finances of the Vatican. But he was unprepared for the resistance he encountered within. 

CARD. GEORGE PELL
Former Prefect, Secretariat for the Economy (Vatican)
“I underestimated the persistence and falsehood of my opponents, who had acted like this for years. They are very effective defending their handling ”.

The good news is that the reforms that have been put in place in recent years make it possible to detect errors. 

CARD. GEORGE PELL
Former Prefect, Secretariat for the Economy (Vatican)
“We must recognize that there is hope. It is a situation that already belongs to the past. My successor is a competent and honest person. He has faced problems that come from afar, as I did, but the world has changed. At least now we have the appropriate protocols, we are able to identify the information that is published and we know where we are ”.

Cardinal Pell hopes that the trial will begin soon against those who may have mismanaged Vatican funds, so that they can defend themselves. 

CARD. GEORGE PELL
Former Prefect, Secretariat for the Economy (Vatican)
“I think we are in the right direction. And I also feel close to all those who have been accused, because everyone has the right to a fair trial and to clear their name.

A presumption of innocence that, in his case, was not respected in the face of abuse accusations that unjustly landed him in jail. A period that he now recalls in a second memoir. 

 

Romereports.com

 

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