March 9, 2013. (Romereports.com)
Some of the challenges the next Pope will face is the management of the
Roman Curia. That's the Holy See's administrative body and in essence
the central government of the Universal Church.
Having a better
management of the Roman Curia got worldwide attention, in light of the
Vatileaks case. Now, it has also gotten the attention of cardinals as
they hold their general congregation meetings before electing the next
CARD. LEONARDO SANDRI
Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches
“The Pope's resignation put the spotlight on collegiality within the Vatican. He's the boss, the head. So, the Roman Curia should be at his service, cooperating in the episcopal collegiality. From that point of view, it should be organized so it can serve the Pope and the whole Church efficiently.”
So, better Communication is a key part of it, especially between the Pope and dicasteries. With a strong base of communication in Rome, the Church hopes the needs of local parishes will also get the needed attention.