The intrepid Andrea Tornielli of Il Giornale has a solid on some changes. Here is my fast translation:
Before Benedict XVI’s departure for the long trip to Australia, which will take place mext Saturday, the name of the new Vatican "minister" for saints will be announced, who will take the place of the Portughese Cardinal José Saraiva Martins.
The new Prefect of the Congregation for Causes of Saints – the announcement will probably be Wednesday 9 July, will be the Salesian Archbishop Angelo Amato, Secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith since 2003 (where we was named as the successor to Bertone, promoted to the Archbishop of Genoa), who then will be put into the list of new cardinals for the next (but not imminent) concistory, together with the new Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura, the American Raymond Burke.
Cardinal Saraiva, theologian and university professor, in Rome since 1950, chosen by John Paul II first as Secretary for the Congregation for Catholic Education and then as the head of the "saint factory", confirmed in his role by Benedict XVI, was the Prefect under whom there were proclaimed Blesseds and/or Saints, John XXIII and Pio IX, Gianna Beretta Molla, Padre Pio, Mother Theresa of Calcutta. After the turn-about taken by the new Pope, who wanted to reserve to himself only canonizations, leaving beatifications as more typically a local undertaking, Cardinal Saraiva Martins has presided over many ceremonies for the Pope as his delegate.
In the place of [Archbp] Amato at the former Holy Office, after months of uncertainty at last it seems the the candidacy of the Spanish Jesuit Luis Ladaria is becoming more firm, since 2004 Secretary of the International Theological Commission, theologian and anthropologist, professore of dogmatic theology at the Pontifical "Gregorian" University. It was he, in May of last year, who explained the reasons which brought the committee to express itself about limbo and the salvation of babies who die without having been baptized. The nomination of Fr. Ladaria, also, who worked on the draft of "Dominus Iesus", could be made known on Wednesday.