Various addresses for writing complaint letters to the Vatican


When one is writing the Vatican to alert them to heresy, errors and abuses, the protocol to follow is usually to send originals letters addressed to some or all of the following. When reporting abuses, heresies, violations of Church law, etc., it is of critical importance that the sender include original backup documentation. This is much more important than documentation received via the Internet. Originals (not photocopies) of articles from newspapers or other publications, church bulletins, or other documentation that is published and distributed by official Church bodies, is really essential. (updated 11/23/09.)

[For mail to Rome, use a $.98 stamp for a letter/envelope weighing up to 1 oz.; use $1.82 stamp for a letter/envelope weighing from l oz. to 2 oz.]

[For more info on individual responsibilities and duties for each Curia office, go to: www.catholic-pages.com/vatican/curia.asp
and www.catholic-hierarchy.org/diocese/dxsta.html

Visit the site