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Pope's new fincial rules for saint-making

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  12 March 2016 12:00 AM GMT

Vatican City, March 11: Pope Francis has introduced new fincial oversight of the Catholic Church’s costly saint-making machine after two tell-all books revealed major abuses in the process. The new regulations require exterl auditing of the Vatican bank accounts created for canonization as well as regular budgeting and accounting to make sure that hundreds of thousands dollars of dotions for saintly dotions are being used correctly. The reforms also create discipliry procedures in cases of misuse of the funds for each saintly cause, which the two blockbuster books estimate bring in around $550,000 each. The books by two Italian jourlists are based on confidential Vatican documents. (IANS)

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