The new Apostolic Constitution went into effect Pentecost Sunday, June 5. Contrary to expectations the "reshuffle" anticipated for June 6 did not take place.
“There is a latent strike in the Curia, in response to the reform carried out by the Apostolic Constitution Praedicate Evangelium,” said Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga, coordinator of the Council of Cardinals, in an online meeting organized by the Spanish-language website Religión Digital and reported on 3 June 2022. Contrary to expectations, no appointments have yet been published since the new organization of the Roman Curia took effect on June 5, the day of Pentecost.
The “government reshuffle” expected on June 6 did not take place, as no curial appointments appeared in the daily bulletin of the Holy See Press Office.