Results of ‘Vatileaks’ Probe For ‘Pope’s Eyes Only’

first_img Share FaithInternationalLifestylePrint Results of ‘Vatileaks’ Probe For ‘Pope’s Eyes Only’ by: – February 25, 2013 Tweet 73 Views   no discussions Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! Share L’Osservatore Romano Vatican Pool/Getty ImagesROME – Pope Benedict XVI decided to keep secret the contents of an investigative report on the “Vatileaks” scandal, ruling that the only person who will get to see it will be the next pope.The top secret dossier details the findings of an internal investigation the pope launched last April into the so-called Vatileaks affair, in which Benedict’s former butler leaked confidential documents stolen from the papal chambers.Italian newspapers have claimed — without attribution — that the investigation revealed a sex and blackmail scandal inside the curia.The Vatican spokesman today underscored that the contents of the dossier are known only to the pope and his investigators, three elderly prelates whom the Italian papers have nicknamed “the 007 cardinals.”Pope Benedict met today with Cardinals Julian Herranz of Spain, Jozef Tomko of Slovakia, and Salvatore De Giorgi of Sicily in a private audience.According to the Vatican, the pope thanked them for their work and expressed satisfaction with their investigation.“Their work made it possible to detect, given the limitations and imperfections of the human factor of every institution, the generosity and dedication of those who work with uprightness and generosity in the Holy See,” read a Vatican statement.The Vatican statement pointedly added: “The Holy Father has decided that the acts of this investigation, known only to himself, remain solely at the disposition of the new pope.”Many here had expected the investigating cardinals, who are too old to participate in the conclave, would brief the voting cardinals about their findings.Today Vatican officials clarified the investigating cardinals will be free to discuss their investigation with the other cardinals, as the voting members of the conclave seek to understand the challenges the next pope will face.But the dossier itself will remain “For the Pope’s Eyes Only.”By David Wright/ABC Newslast_img read more

Tipp camogie team to face Galway named

first_imgPhoto © Tipp FM & Denis Vahey Photography Sarah Dervan comes in for Therese Manton at corner back.Tipp camogie PRO Philly Ryan says the key to this clash for Tipp will be to close down the space on Galway.The team in full:1. Orla McEniry2. Julie Ann Bourke3. Gemma Grace4. Ciannait Walsh5. Aoife McGrath6. Caoimhe Maher7. Clodagh Quirke8. Mary Ryan9. Ereena Fryday10. Megan Ryan11. Cáit Devane12. Orla O’Dwyer13. Nicole Walsh14. Róisín Howard15. Ciardha Maher Throw in tomorrow evening is at 7 o clock in Semple Stadium, and Tipp FMs live coverage of the game is brought to you by FOH Financial Limited, Dr. Croke Place, Clonmelcenter_img The Tipperary camogie team to face Galway in the All Ireland Quarter final in Semple stadium has been named.Tipperary show two changes from the team that defeated Offaly last time out with Julie Ann Bourke coming in to replace Emer Loughman at corner back, and Mary Ryan starts ahead of Grace O’Brien at corner forward.Meawhile there is one change to the Galway team that played Clare last time out for the meeting with Tipperary.last_img read more