In Pope Francis’s short tenure, he has done much to awaken, inspire and challenge Catholics and individuals of faith across the world. His actions have spoken volumes and reminded us of the transformative powers of humility and kindness. Recently the pope overhauled the office of the Vatican Almoner. This is how the Washington Post describes Archbishop Konrad Krajewski’s new job: “Krajewski gets his marching orders each morning: A Vatican gendarme goes from the Vatican hotel where Francis lives to Krajewski’s office across the Vatican gardens, bringing a bundle of letters that the pope has received from the faithful asking for help. On the top of each letter, Francis might write, ‘You know what to do’ or ‘Go find them’ or ‘Go talk to them.’” We can all learn something from this model of engaged leadership.
Source: Washington Post