Salzburg, Klagenfurt – The report of Gorek-Klagenfurt's apostolic visit, however, does not have the "honest talk in time" as a precondition for a good deal at Klagenfurt is not possible, says visiting partner Feldkirch Bishop Benno Alves.
Pope Francis invited Archbishop Salzburg Franz Luckner to visit. The logic was an internal, violent-Dizzy argument about St. Pulten's office that changed Bishop Alois Black – the speech was from mismanagement and an unexplained role of a close colleague. Against both – black and familiar – the prosecutor's office determined Graz on suspicion of treachery.
The Archbishop of Salzburg, Franz Lakner, led the visit.
Lacner ended the investigation yesterday with his team – including Alves – the media. The most important findings: "There was a state of emergency," said Kanner, with a lot of security and appalled fears among the workers and believers, "through all the layers."
From an economic point of view, the team notes that no church contributions have been misused. However, there is a "great potential for improvement" in economic management, for example regarding church regulations. There was no subject at all in the media meeting.
The report covers 50 pages and first goes to the Apostolic Vicariate in Vienna and from there to the Vatican, and there is also a decision on all the implications of the affair. I can not imagine that there will be personal results. "
In any event, it will be necessary first to clarify the privacy and privacy rights of both the employee and the interviewer: The visitors held talks with 200 people and had 2,600 contacts, and many people would have discovered themselves. Worried and suspicious at first, and could only open them to absolute discretion, Alves said.
The conflict with the temporary leadership of the Gork-Klagenfurt Diocese was not resolved. The director of Engelbert Guggenberger and Gork's cathedral are in the front row of the black critics. They brought the novel to the public last fall. In addition, the relationship with Luckner was clearly exacerbated during the visit. At the beginning of Lent, for example, Lacner invited "an hour of prayer and prayer," which Gaugenberger remained in protest.
Finally, the cathedral chapter complained that there was too little time to take a look at the finished report.Nonly, yesterday's critics were opposed.It was also logical to come to Salzburg. (APA, SABLE)