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Pope Francis cuts free and discounted rent for cardinals, Vatican managers
Cardinals and other officials at the Vatican will no longer be able to live in Vatican-connected apartments for free or at special prices
Conduct by some Church members has made Vatican trials ‘painfully necessary’
“The problem is not the trials, but the facts and conduct that determine them and make them painfully necessary,” the pope said
Pope Francis reinforces centralization of Vatican finances
Property and other assets of the Holy See are entrusted to entities as “public trustees and not owners”
Analysis: As the year ends, where do things stand with the...
The latest round of hearings at the Vatican’s historic finance trial has revealed several twists that profoundly changed proceedings
Pope Francis decrees better control of Vatican funds and foundations
These entities will be controlled by bodies such as the Secretariat for the Economy and not just supervised by their respective institutions
Pope Francis instructs Vatican entities to move all funds to Vatican...
The pope’s rescript clarifies the interpretation of a paragraph in the new constitution of the Roman Curia, Praedicate Evangelium
Vatican balances budget by selling off assets
Juan Antonio Guerrero, the Vatican's de facto economy minister, said the Holy See recorded a deficit in 2021 of 3.3 million euros
Vatican’s financial watchdog sees rise in suspicious activity reports in 2021
The watchdog authority is responsible for financial intelligence, as well as combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism
Accused cardinal attends court hearing in Vatican fraud trial
Cardinal Becciu is charged with funnelling money and contracts to companies or charitable organizations controlled by his brothers
Landmark Vatican fraud trial of 10 including a cardinal set to...
The headliner at the trial is Cardinal Angelo Becciu, 73, formerly a senior official in the Vatican administration