If anyone's taken a look at the previews for the hero and villain decks, there's some surprising talk about Vaticine heroes trying to work for greater acceptance of sorcery.
This definitely seems like a departure from the design philosophy in 1e where strangely enough the Inquisition was kind of in the right about most sorcery, it was dangerous and innately tied to dark powers. While we already knew they weren't going to do much of a Cthulhuesque meta-plot, it's still somewhat surprising to hear a generally good church NPC talking favorably of sorcery.
One does wonder if this means some sort of significant change in the Vaticine theology this edition. After all, most of the prophets seemed pretty unapologetic about how sorcery was a bad thing in 1e, perhaps there's not as much solid condemnation of sorcery as a practice now?
(On a side note with the hero deck, there's at least one Castillian NPC that was accused of sorcery by the Inquisition. There's nothing concrete given that they were only accused. but do you think this might be some indication that Castille might be getting their own sorcery in the future? After all, it's hard to accus a Castillian born person of sorcery if the nation has no sorcery. Even a sorcery mostly in hiding might explain this oddity.)