Pope Francis appointed Monsignor Gustavo Zanchetta, 53, the former Orán bishop, Argentina, on December 19 as an assessor of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See (APSA), a charge created especially for him.
The APSA is the Vatican’s real estate agency that manages more than 5,000 properties.
Zanchetta resigned on August 1 allegedly for health reasons. Media spoke about economic mismanagement and abuse of authority.
He was named a bishop in July 2013 by Pope Francis and was known as a careerist.
Zanchetta held an important position in the Argentinean Bishops Conference during Cardinal Bergoglio’s presidency.
Picture: Gustavo Zanchetta, #newsOyddqxkeez
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