Q. 1. What is a Diocesan Curia?
A. 1. A Diocesan Curia is an administrative office that is found in every Diocese and Eparchy. It consist of the chief officials of the diocese. These officials assist the Diocesan Bishop in governing the Church.
This Diocesan Curia includes the Vicar General, who is normally also the moderator of the curia, any Episcopal Vicars, the Chancellor of the Curia, Vice-Chancellors and Notaries, and a Finance Officer and Financial Council. The Bishop may add more Officials of his choice.