INTERNAL REPORT SLAMS VATICAN MEDIA OPERATIONS

 Satellite trucks and television riser seen near The Vatican.  Courtesy  The Catholic Telegraph .

Satellite trucks and television riser seen near The Vatican.  Courtesy The Catholic Telegraph.

Pope Francis continues to break eggs to make omelets at the Vatican, and the latest yolk is on the Catholic Church's media operation.  

A top papal adviser asked Lord Christopher Patten, the former BBC chairman best known to Americans as the last British governor of Hong Kong before its handover to China in 1997, to study changes to the Vatican's sprawling media holdings.   The committee Lord Patten assembled has now responded with a scathing critique of the Vatican’s current media structures, saying they were unfit for the digital age.  Courtesy The Catholic Herald.

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