Consultant named for potential APSA reorganization
Catholic World News - April 07, 2014
The Secretariat for the Economy, headed by Cardinal George Pell, has announced that an Italian business professor has been named interim special consultant to the extraordinary section of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See (APSA).
Franco Dalla Sega, who teaches at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, may also be called upon to offer advice on a potential reorganization of APSA within the broader reform of the Curia, according to the Holy See Press Office.
APSA administers the Holy See's properties in order to provide funds for the functioning of the Roman Curia. APSA's extraordinary section administers its own property as well as properties entrusted to it by the Holy See's other institutions.
In October, the Vatican announced an unprecedented external financial probe of APSA and named a new supervisory board for APSA's extraordinary section.
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