The letter writers asked for a meeting with the Holy Father to discuss their concerns, according to the letter reported in Italian media. (photo: Unsplash)
The letter, published by Italian media, contends employees are the victims of widespread workplace injustices.
By Edward Pentin, EWTN News, May 20, 2021
Edward Pentin began reporting on the Pope and the Vatican with Vatican Radio before moving on to become the Rome correspondent for the Register. …
VATICAN CITY — A group of Vatican employees has written a letter to Pope Francis, expressing their discontent over what they say are labor injustices at the Vatican and calling for an overhaul of a system that risks becoming increasingly “anti-meritocratic and disincentivizing.”
The signatories, who have not supplied their names, also express “bitterness” over recent pay cuts and the way they were made and resent what they say are exceptionally high wages and perks given to “lay managers.” …
rchbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. (photo: Dennis Callahan, Archdiocese of San Francisco/Public domain. / Dennis Callahan, Archdiocese of San Francisco/Public domain.)