ABC News; 12/17/2013 (the same day Matthew Balan throws a hissy fit and neo-cats continue to do so):
>>Pope Francis announced changes in the influential Vatican office that evaluates and nominates candidates for bishop around the world.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington was appointed Monday to the Congregation for Bishops. The pope also reconfirmed Cardinal William Levada, the former archbishop of San Francisco and former head of the Vatican’s orthodoxy watchdog office.
Some members of the congregation were not reconfirmed. Cardinal Raymond Burke will no longer serve in the office. The former St. Louis archbishop had been a member for several years. Burke retains his position as the head of the Vatican high court, the Apostolic Signatura.<<
That's just the nature of the technology. It's why you might as well skip the "breaking" news --- not just religious news, but any news. It's exceedingly likely to have lots of huge inaccuracies in it, if not false clear through.