About the International Theological Commission:
The International Theological Commission (ITC) of the Catholic Church advises the Magisterium of the Church, particularly the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), a dicastery of the Roman Curia. Its memberships consists of no more than 30 Catholic theologians appointed by the pope at the suggestion of the Prefect of the CDF for renewable five year terms. They tend to meet annually for a week in Rome, where the Commission is based.
The Prefect of the CDF is ex officio the president of the ITC.
This Vatican.va page lists the last members of the 2014-2019 (9th) Quinquennium (appointed July 2014) as well as the past members of the 8th to 1st Quinquennium (appointed May 1969).
The last appointment (July 2014) was reported by the Catholic News Agency on Sep 24, 2014.
On 29 November 2019, Pope Francis had an audience with the members of the 9th Quinquennium ITC celebrating 50 years of ITC work with the following quote, indicating that a new Quinquennium would be appointed soon:
I am pleased to meet you and I thank your president, Cardinal Ladaria, for the words he addressed to me on your behalf. You have reached the end of your ninth five-year period of work, but above all to an important anniversary, the fiftieth anniversary of the Commission: fifty years of service to the Church. I congratulate you on this Jubilee, which allows you to make grateful memory of your history.
In the preliminary note of the ITC document The Reciprocity between Faith and Sacraments in the Sacramental Economy produced by the 9th Quinquennium and released in December 2019, there was an indication that the term has been extended by 1 year.
My Question: Who are the current members of the International Theological Commission for the 10th Quinquennium that Pope Francis should have appointed in 2019 / 2020?