..he will type with his hands, file with his feet, and have his lunch through an intravenous drip! After that he’ll do a tap dance routine, and walk on his hands! This multi-role existence (the secretary and the Prefect are usually two different people) is the new life of Archbishop Georg Ganswein, who was ordained bishop by the Pope, and in front of at least two of his brothers (who I identified on the internet film I saw), and I think his sisters were there too, and one of his nieces, on January 6th, the feast of the Epiphany (when the Three Kings visited the Holy Family). He is now the holder of the illustrious titles listed above. He is now responsible for organising all of the pope’s public and private audiences, regardless of status or size, most large Vatican events, and HH’s travel in Rome and around Italy. He still continues as the Pope’s principal secretary. A titiular archbishop is one with no actual diocese, just the title. The location is actually an archeological park. Many congratulations to His Excellency the Archbishop. I do worry that he will have far to much to do for one person, but there are other people for him to work with so I’m sure he will be perfecting the art of delegation if needed!