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In vitro dissolution of curium oxide using a phagolysosomal simulant solvent system. (1/3)

Detailed study of actinide oxide behavior in alveolar macrophages (AM) in vitro is limited because of the short life span of these cells in culture. We created an in vitro dissolution system that could mimic the acidic phagolysosomal environment for the actinide and be maintained for an indefinite period so that dissolution of more insoluble materials could be measured. The dissolution system for this investigation, consisting of nine different solutions of HCl and the chelating agent diethylenetriamine pentaacetate (DTPA) in distilled water, is called the phagolysosomal simulant solvent (PSS). In this system, both the pH and the amount of DTPA were varied. We could observe the effect of altering pH within a range of 4.0-6.0 (similar to that of the phagolysosome) and the effect of the molar ratio of DTPA to curium at 1000:1, 100:1, or 10:1. We chose curium sequioxide (244Cm2O3) to validate the PSS for actinide dissolution versus that occurring in AM in vitro because it dissolves significantly in less than 1 week. The polydisperse 244Cm2O3) aerosol was generated, collected on filters, resuspended, and added to the PSS solutions and to cultured canine AM. By comparing dissolution in the two systems directly, we hoped to arrive at an optimum PSS for future dissolution studies. PSS and cell culture samples were taken daily for 7 days after exposure and tested for the solubilized curium. The amount of soluble material was determined by ultracentrifugation to separate the insoluble Cm2O3 from the soluble curium in the PSS solutions and filtration for the cell-containing material.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)  (+info)

Circularly polarized luminescence of curium: a new characterization of the 5f actinide complexes. (2/3)

A key distinction between the lanthanide (4f) and the actinide (5f) transition elements is the increased role of f-orbital covalent bonding in the latter. Circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) is an uncommon but powerful spectroscopy which probes the electronic structure of chiral, luminescent complexes or molecules. While there are many examples of CPL spectra for the lanthanides, this report is the first for an actinide. Two chiral, octadentate chelating ligands based on orthoamide phenol (IAM) were used to complex curium(III). While the radioactivity kept the amount of material limited to micromole amounts, spectra of the highly luminescent complexes showed significant emission peak shifts between the different complexes, consistent with ligand field effects previously observed in luminescence spectra.  (+info)

Sensitizing curium luminescence through an antenna protein to investigate biological actinide transport mechanisms. (3/3)

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In analysis of complex nuclear forensic samples containing lanthanides, actinides and matrix elements, rapid selective extraction of Am/Cm for quantification is challenging, in particular due the difficult separation of Am/Cm from lanthanides. Here we present a separation process for Am/Cm(III) which is achieved using a combination of AG1-X8 chromatography followed by Am/Cm extraction with a triazine ligand. The ligands tested in our process were CyMe4-BTPhen, CyMe4-BTBP, CA-BTP and CA-BTPhen. Our process allows for purification and quantification of Am and Cm (recoveries 80%-100%) and other major actinides in , 2d without the use of multiple columns or thiocyanate. The process is unaffected by high level Ca(II)/Fe(III)/Al(III) (10mg mL(-1)) and thus requires little pre-treatment of samples.. ...
As for unit 4, although the reactor building exploded, supposedly due to the influx of hydrogen during unit 3 venting, all fuel is in a secure state with spent fuel pool cooling.. Hence, it is concluded that radioactive emissions from the power station are primarily originating from the reactor buildings of units 1-3.. In April 2011, dust inhibitor was sprayed, initially manually, and subsequently with a crawler dump. From May 2011, we started using a concrete pump and a bendable spray tower vehicle.. The unit 1 reactor building cover was installed between May and October 2011. This cover contains an exhaust system that reduces radiation material density to below 1% and also shields the inside of the reactor from rain.. In November 2011, we detected Xe-135 in unit 2. However, we have concluded that this arose from spontaneous nuclear fission of curium 242 and curium 244 not recriticality. ****. http://www.cospp.com/news/2012/04/13/fukushima-one-year-on-a-tepco-perspective.html. ...
The oxidation state, often called the oxidation number, is an indicator of the degree of oxidation of an atom in a chemical compound. The formal oxidation state is the hypothetical charge that an atom would have if all bonds to atoms of different elements were 100% ionic. Oxidation states are typically represented by integers, which can be positive, negative, or zero. In some cases, the average oxidation state of an element is a fraction, such as 8/3 for iron in magnetite (Fe3O4). The highest known oxidation state is +8 in the tetroxides (MO4) of ruthenium, xenon, osmium, iridium, hassium, plutonium, and curium, while the lowest known oxidation state is −4 for some elements in the carbon group. The possibility of +9 and +10 oxidation states in platinum group elements, especially iridium and platinum, is discussed in "The problem of oxidation state stabilisation and some regularities of a Periodic system of the elements" by Yurii M. Kiselev and Yurii D. Tretiyakov (Russ. Chem. Rev., 1999,68, ...
A self-powered microthermionic converter having an internal thermal power source integrated into the microthermionic converter. These converters can have high energy-conversion efficiencies over a range of operating temperatures. Microengineering techniques are used to manufacture the converter. The utilization of an internal thermal power source increases potential for mobility and incorporation into small devices. High energy efficiency is obtained by utilization of micron-scale interelectrode gap spacing. Alpha-particle emitting radioisotopes can be used for the internal thermal power source, such as curium and polonium isotopes.
The element curium is named after both Pierre and Marie Curie. The Curies discovered the elements polonium and radium; Marie was awarded the Nobel Prize for these discoveries in 1903. Curium was...
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Lasrick (2629253) writes An underground fire and a separate plutonium leak at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) has left the US with no repository for transuranic (TRU) waste--that is, radioactive elements heavier than uranium on the periodic chart, such as plutonium, americium, curium and ne...
Three benzene-centred tripodal diglycolamide (Bz-T-DGA) ligands, where the diglycolamide (DGA) moieties are attached to a central benzene ring through ethylene spacers (LI), amide groups (LII) or ether linkages (LIII), were evaluated for their extraction behaviour towards trivalent actinide and lanthanide io
In this work the applicability of calix[6]arene columns for actinides analysis in urine samples and drinking water was investigated. A radiochemical procedure has been developed for U, Pu, Am analysis in urine. A simple and effective method has also been proposed on a specific column named AQUALIX, for the separation and preconcentration of U from drinking water. These procedures are suitable for routine analysis and require a considerably reduced number of steps of sample treatment as compared to current procedures ...
Betke, U. and Wickleder, M. S. (2012), Oleum and Sulfuric Acid as Reaction Media: The Actinide Examples UO2(S2O7)-lt (low temperature), UO2(S2O7)-ht (high temperature), UO2(HSO4)2, An(SO4)2 (An = Th, U), Th4(HSO4)2(SO4)7 and Th(HSO4)2(SO4). Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2012: 306-317. doi: 10.1002/ejic.201100975 ...
ACSEPT is an R&D project founded by the seventh Framework Program (FP7) of the European Commission (Euratom - Fission). It is dedicated to the recycling of actinides by chemical separation and transmutation. It was officially launched on March the 1st, 2008 and will finish on February the 29th, 2012
A man-made radioactive actinide with atomic symbol Es, and atomic number 99. Its known isotopes range in mass number from 240-258. Its valence can be +2 or +3. Einsteinium was originally discovered in the debris from a thermonuclear explosion in 1952 ...
The induced-activity investigations in off-line analysis performed in different experiments, concerning pre-actinide and actinide nuclei, are here presented and discussed. Generalized expressions for...
A discussion of ph se diagrams of highly refractory oxides with oxides of lanthanides and actinides, as found in the literature, is presented. Included are certain generalizations concerning tetravalent actinide oxide systems containing one of the following: beryllium oxide, magn sium oxide, calcium oxide, aluminum o ide, zirconium oxide, silica, oxides of trivalent rare earth ele ents. Generalizations concerning oxides of trivalent rare earth elements are included. Systems with beryllium oxide are eutectic and analogous to systems with actinides. Also discussed are trivalent rare earth systems with aluminum oxides, ZrO2, S IO <.ACTINIDE SERIES
... Marian Borkowski. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Carlsbad, New Mexico 88220. The properties of the thiocyanate ligand and its applicability in actinide/lanthanide group separations has been well known since 1970. The solvent extraction of Y(III), Am(III), and selected lanthanides (La, Eu, Lu) by tri-n-butyl phosphate, TBP, have been tested with other pseudohalide ligands such as OCN-, N3-, NCS- and NCSe-. It was found that extraction of the NCS- and NCSe- complexes of Ln and An into the organic phase is very efficient but extraction of the OCN- and N3- complexes is very low. The partition of HNCS, HOCN, and HN3 acids between the organic (TBP) and the aqueous phase might be expected to serve, to a first approximation, as a model of the partition of the respective complexes. The distribution ratios of the corresponding pseudohalic acids have a reverse pattern compared to the partition coefficients of Ln and An-pseudohalide ...
Baba, M, Takahashi, W, Oishi, T, Nakhostin, M, Ohtsuki, T, Yuki, H, Hori, J and Nakajima, K (2006) Measurement of neutron-induced fission cross section of actinide elements using lead-slowing down spectrometer (III) ...
Actinides are a series of chemical elements that form the basis of nuclear fission technology, finding applications in strategic areas such as power generation, space exploration, diagnostics and medical treatments, and also in some special glass. Thorium (Th) and Uranium (U) are the most abundant actinides in the Earths crust.. A deeper understanding of the properties of uranium and other actinides is necessary not only for their more efficient use in existing applications but also for proposing new applications. Several open questions remain, progress in this area usually limited in part by the difficulty in handling these materials safely.. The distribution of electrons in the outer orbital of the atoms that make up a given material is what defines whether they are electrical insulators, conductors or semiconductors, as well as whether they are hard or malleable. Other structural, electronic and magnetic properties are also defined by these valence electrons which may undergo electronic ...
These are f block elements in addition containing incomplete d-orbital of the penultimate shell also have incomplete f-orbital of the anti penultimate....
Transuranic actinides dominate the long-term radiotoxity in spent LWR fuel. In an open fuel cycle, they impose a long-term burden on geologic repositories. Transmuting these materials in reactor systems is one way to ease ...
mĕndəlāv´ēəm [key], artificially produced radioactive chemical element; symbol Md; at. no. 101; mass no. of most stable isotope 258; m.p. 827°C; b.p. and sp. gr. unknown; valence +1, +2, +3. Mendelevium is a metal of the actinide series in Group
The geometrical and electronic structures of Ln[(H2O)9]3+ and [Ln(BTP)3]3+, where Ln = Ce-Lu, have been evaluated at the density functional level of theory using three related exchange-correlation (xc-)functionals. The BHLYP xc-functional was found to be most accurate, and this, along with the B3LYP functional, was used as the basis for topological studies of the electron density via the quantum theory of atoms in molecules (QTAIM). This analysis revealed that, for both sets of complexes, bonding was almost identical across the Ln series and was dominated by ionic interactions. Geometrical and electronic structures of actinide (An = Am, Cm) analogues were evaluated, and [An(H2O)9]3+ + [Ln(BTP)3]3+ → [Ln(H2O)9]3+ + [An(BTP)3]3+ exchange reaction energies were evaluated, revealing Eu ↔ Am and Gd ↔ Cm reactions to favor the An species. Detailed QTAIM analysis of Eu, Gd, Am, and Cm complexes revealed increased covalent character in M-O and M-N bonds when M = An, with this increase being more ...
NWChem used by thousands of researchers worldwide to investigate questions about chemical processes by applying theoretical techniques to predict the structure, properties, and reactivity of chemical and biological species ranging in size from tens to millions of atoms. With NWChem, researchers can tackle molecular systems including biomolecules, nanostructures, [[media:nwchem_actinides.pdf , actinide complexes]], and materials. NWChem offers an extensive array of highly scalable, parallel computational chemistry methods needed to address scientific questions that are relevant to reactive chemical processes occurring in our everyday environment-photosynthesis, protein functions, and combustion, to name a few. They include a multitude of highly correlated methods, density functional theory (DFT) with an extensive set of exchange-correlation functionals, time-dependent density functional theory (TDDFT), plane-wave DFT with exact exchange and Car-Parrinello, molecular dynamics with AMBER and CHARMM ...
Recycling of actinides by their separation from spent nuclear fuel, followed by transmutation in fast neutron reactors of Generation IV, is considered the most promising strategy for nuclear waste management. Closing the fuel cycle and burning long-lived actinides allows optimizing the use of natural resources and minimizing the long-term hazard of high-level nuclear waste. Moreover, improving the safety and sustainability of nuclear power worldwide. This paper presents the activities striving to meet these challenges, carried out under the Euratom FP7 collaborative project SACSESS (Safety of Actinide Separation Processes). Emphasis is put on the safety issues of fuel reprocessing and waste storage. Two types of actinide separation processes, hydrometallurgical and pyrometallurgical, are considered, as well as related aspects of material studies, process modeling and the radiolytic stability of solvent extraction systems. Education and training of young researchers in nuclear chemistry is of ...
In corrosion, spalling occurs when a substance (metal or concrete) sheds tiny particles of corrosion products as the corrosion reaction progresses. Although they are not soluble or permeable, these corrosion products do not adhere to the parent materials surface to form a barrier to further corrosion, as happens in passivation. Spallation happens as the result of a large volume change during the reaction.. In the case of actinide metals (most notably the depleted uranium used in some types of ammunition), the material expands so strongly upon exposure to air that a fine layer of oxide is forcibly expelled from the surface. A slowly oxidised plug of metallic uranium can sometimes resemble an onion subjected to desquamation. The main hazard however arises from the pyrophoric character of actinide metals which can spontaneously ignite when their specific area is high. This property, along with these elements inherent toxicity and (for some to a lesser extent) radioactivity, make them dangerous to ...
Pulsed-laser photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS) and Fourier-transform nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy were used to study speciation of actinide(IV) and actinide(VI) ions (Np, Pu, Am) in aqueous carbonate solutions vs pH, carbonate content, actinide content, temperature. PAS focused on Pu(IV) speciation. Stability fields on a pH (8.4 to 12.0) versus total carbonate content (0.003 to 1.0 M) plot for dilute Pu(IV) carbonate species ([Pu]{sub tot} = 1 mM) were mapped. Four plutonium species, with absorption peaks at 486, 492, 500, and 512 nm were found. Loss of a single carbonate ligand does not account for the difference in speciation for the 486 and 492 nm absorption peaks, nor can any of the observed species be identified as colloidal Pu(IV). NMR data have been obtained for UO{sub 2}{sup 2+}, PuO{sub 2}{sup 2+} and AmO{sub 2}{sup 2+}. This report focuses on results for PuO{sub 2}{sup 2+}. The ligand exchange reaction between free and coordinated carbonate on the PuO{sub 2}(CO{sub ...
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Curia reform. Pope Benedict made only modest changes to the structure of the Roman Curia. In March 2006, he placed both the ... On 22 December 2008, the pope gave an end-of-year message to the Roman Curia in which he talked about gender and the important ... The pope emeritus was honoured by the Roman Curia and Pope Francis in 2016 at a special audience, honouring the 65th ... "Address of His Holiness Benedict XVI to the Members of the Roman Curia for the Traditional Exchange of Christmas Greetings". ...
Motto-"Perficio curium." The Americans also gave Isherwood their own version of Commendation and Honour with a Testimonial ...
Curium Berkelium Californium Einsteinium Fermium Mendelevium Nobelium Lawrencium Rutherfordium Dubnium Seaborgium Bohrium ... curium, Cm, named after Pierre and Marie Curie, famous scientists who separated out the first radioactive elements (1944), as ... There are exceptions, however, including several isotopes of curium and dubnium. Further anomalous elements in this series have ...
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Curio, G.; Neuloh, G.; Numminen, J.; Jousmäki, V.; Hari, R. (2000). "Speaking modifies voice-evoked activity in the human ...
Nikulin VV, Linkenkaer-Hansen K, Nolte G, Lemm S, Muller KR, Ilmoniemi RJ, Curio G; Linkenkaer-Hansen; Nolte; Lemm; Müller; ... Ilmoniemi; Curio (2007). "A novel mechanism for evoked responses in the human brain". Eur J Neurosci. 25 (10): 3146-3154. doi: ...
... such as hydrobromic for curium bromide).[70][71] Vapor phase hydrolysis of curium(III) chloride results in curium oxychloride:[ ... See also: Category:Curium compounds.. Oxides[edit]. Curium readily reacts with oxygen forming mostly Cm2O3 and CmO2 oxides,[48] ... The biological half-life of curium is about 20 years in the liver and 50 years in the bones.[48][50] Curium is absorbed in the ... The colorless curium(III) chloride (CmCl3) is produced in the reaction of curium(III) hydroxide (Cm(OH)3) with anhydrous ...
JUDGMENT OF THE COURT (First Chamber). 13 October 2016 (*). (Reference for a preliminary ruling - Technical regulations in the gambling sector - Directive 98/34/EC - Concept of technical regulation - Obligation on Member States to notify the European Commission of all draft technical regulations - Inapplicability of rules classifiable as technical regulations not notified to the Commission). In Case C‑303/15,. REQUEST for a preliminary ruling under Article 267 TFEU from the Sąd Okręgowy w Łodzi (Regional Court of Łódź, Poland), made by decision of 24 April 2015, received at the Court on 22 June 2015, in the proceedings. Naczelnik Urzędu Celnego I w Ł.. v. G. M.,. M. S.,. intervening party:. Colin Wiliams sp. z o.o.,. THE COURT (First Chamber),. composed of R. Silva de Lapuerta, President of the Chamber, E. Regan, A. Arabadjiev, C.G. Fernlund, S. Rodin (Rapporteur), Judges,. Advocate General: M. Bobek,. Registrar: I. Illéssy, Administrator,. having regard to the written procedure and ...
I. Introduction. 1. In its request for a preliminary ruling, the High Court of Justice (England & Wales), Chancery Division (Patents Court), United Kingdom) seeks from the Court an interpretation of Article 3(d) of Regulation (EC) No 469/2009 concerning the supplementary protection certificate for medicinal products. (2). 2. This request was made in the context of a dispute between the company Abraxis Bioscience LLC (Abraxis) and the Comptroller General of Patents, Designs and Trademarks (the Comptroller). Abraxis is seeking from the national court the annulment of the Comptrollers decision to reject the supplementary protection certificate (SPC) application made by Abraxis for a combination of substances containing the active ingredient paclitaxel in the form of nanoparticles bound to albumin. Abraxis calls that combination of substances nab-paclitaxel and markets it under the name of Abraxane.. 3. In accordance with the SPC regime provided for by Regulation No 469/2009, if the ...
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  • Rome - The proposed apostolic constitution for reforming and governing the Roman Curia is expected to emphasize the church's missionary mandate with the creation of a "super-dicastery" merging two offices dedicated to evangelization. (ncronline.org)
  • The constitution places the Vatican dicasteries at the service of both the pope and the bishops, who are "successors of the apostles" and "are not in an ecclesiological position below those who work in the Roman Curia," the Honduran cardinal said. (ncronline.org)
  • The draft has been sent to the dicasteries of the Roman Curia, the leaders of world's bishops' conferences, the synods of the Eastern Catholic churches, the conferences of major superiors of men and women religious and some pontifical universities for their observations and suggested improvements. (ncronline.org)
  • As for the panel of eight cardinals Pope Francis named April 13 to advise him on "the governance of the universal church and to study a plan" to reorganize the Roman Curia, Archbishop Becciu said, "at this moment it is absolutely premature to advance any hypothesis about the future structure of the Curia. (catholicsun.org)
  • (3) The Roman curia (Curia Romana) is made up of a number of institutions that are subordinate to the pope. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • On the other hand, Pius X's reform was the apogee of Roman centralization and practices of government, effectively extending to every faithful Catholic the right to have recourse to the Roman Curia in order to request a pardon or obtain a waiver. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The Roman Curia at and after Vatican II: legal-rational or theological reform? (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Although challenging to use, the volumes of this series are valuable for the study of the Roman Curia in its relationship to ordinary lives of both clergy and laity. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • In 1981, he was appointed Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith , one of the most important dicasteries of the Roman Curia . (wikipedia.org)
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  • Whereas it is paramagnetic at ambient conditions , it becomes antiferromagnetic upon cooling, and other magnetic transitions are also observed for many curium compounds. (wikipedia.org)
  • In compounds, curium usually exhibits valence +3 and sometimes +4, and the +3 valence is predominant in solutions. (wikipedia.org)
  • The discovery of curium (242Cm and 240Cm), their production and compounds were later patented listing only Seaborg as the inventor. (wikipedia.org)
  • Curium, named after the Curies and first synthesised in 1944, is an actinide and transuranic element in period 7, and the f-block of the periodic table. (sciencephoto.com)
  • Gracias said, "The pope wanted a mindset of service to prevail and that the Curia also be directly available to the bishops" in order to help them. (ncronline.org)
  • the curia is meant to be at the service of both the bishops and the pope, the Indian cardinal said. (ncronline.org)
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  • Curium is used in production of heavier actinides and of the 238 Pu radionuclide for power sources in artificial pacemakers . (wikipedia.org)
  • Curium was first intentionally produced and identified in July 1944 by the group of Glenn T. Seaborg at the University of California, Berkeley . (wikipedia.org)
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  • When introduced into the human body, curium accumulates in the bones, lungs and liver, where it promotes cancer . (wikipedia.org)
  • Curium oxide Web Elements page: Curium Seaborg, Glenn T. (1963). (wikipedia.org)
  • To see a rotating video of (almost) any of the samples of Curium from The Elements , click it below. (periodictable.com)
  • VATICAN CITY, April 8, 2013 - In addition to the unprecedented selection of the name Francis, pope Jorge Mario Bergoglio is immediately impressing on the central government of the Church innovations that those in the curia are looking at with trepidation, if not with terror. (repubblica.it)
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  • Situated in Anadia, this guesthouse is within 3 miles (5 km) of Museum Jose Luciano de Castro, Bairrada Wine Museum and Curia Golf Club. (expedia.co.uk)
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  • From introduction: 'The discovery of element number 96, curium, was realized by the preparation and identification of the isotope Cm-242 by G. T. Seaborg, R. A. James and A. Ghiorso by cyclotron bombardment of Pu-239 with helium ions. (unt.edu)
  • In the late 1800's, Royal Street was home to a famous "curio" shop, a place where curiosities from all over the world could be had for a dollar or two. (opentable.com)
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  • Each curia had its own place for holding assemblies (which was also called the curia) , as well as its own sanctuaries. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Classical sources refer to the closure (years after the murder) of the Curia , a place that would become a chapel-memory. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The Curia Julia, the meeting place of the Roman senate, is the oldest building of the Forum and the only one that is practically still intact. (klm.com)
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  • Curium is a hard, dense, silvery metal with a relatively high melting point and boiling point for an actinide. (wikipedia.org)
  • They predominantly emit α-particles , and the heat released in this process can serve as a heat source in radioisotope thermoelectric generators , but this application is hindered by the scarcity and high cost of curium isotopes. (wikipedia.org)
  • It puts it at the center of the church and of everything the Curia does," Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Mumbai, India, told Vida Nueva, a Spanish weekly publication dedicated to news about the Catholic Church. (ncronline.org)
  • Rodríguez Maradiaga said the new offices and upcoming reforms not only streamline the Curia, but also "emphasize the importance of the laity in the church and for the church" by allowing the possibility for a layperson to head a dicastery. (ncronline.org)
  • It seems that today's Curia was afraid that the council would attack its understanding of its right to use power to enforce the commandments as church tradition defined them. (thefreedictionary.com)