He is head of protocol for Pope Francis and private secretary to Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI: Archbishop Georg Gänswein. In an interview with DW he calls for "patience and wisdom" when it comes to calls for internal reform.
During his trip to Myanmar and Bangladesh, the pope is pushing for "the wealth of our differences" to be part of the conversations between religions. Some in Germany see the Pope's approach as part of a long-term trend.
Pope Francis has arrived in Myanmar as the country grapples with the Rohingya crisis. While some stress the pontiff should refrain from using the contentious term "Rohingya," others disagree vehemently.
The pope and the cardinal clashed over the various reform measures, including the hot-button issue of annulments. Cardinal Müller was also allegedly lax in responding to sex abuse claims brought before the Vatican.
In the Interview: Archbishop Georg Gänswein, Prefect of the Papal Household
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