I have said and I repeat: his work was wasted by others close to him, who did not follow his line. I'm not here to judge consciences: it is likely that these his advisers thought that maybe he did not know enough about the situation, he was unable to pursue the right strategy. In any case, these people have not implemented what Benedict XVI has established as the guidelines for the Church in China.
Saying "others" I mean people in the Vatican, but also those outside who, without the help of the Holy See, would not have done so much damage.
Monday, February 25, 2013
A People Groaning from Ambiguities
Cardinal Zen has some sharp words (for him) about Rome's handling of matters concerned with the Church in China: