• Vatican heads into Moneyval evaluation amid new bank mystery

    Vatican heads into Moneyval evaluation amid new bank mystery

    • Dec 5, 2017

    The Council of Europe’s Moneyval committee is expected to issue a progress report Wednesday on the Vatican’s compliance with international norms to fight money-laundering and terror financing, particularly at its bank.

  • New book alleges gay sex in Vatican dorm, shady banking involving Mother Teresa

    New book alleges gay sex in Vatican dorm, shady banking involving Mother Teresa

    • Nov 10, 2017

    Gianluigi Nuzzi, one of the journalists charged by the Vatican in 2015 in the Vatileaks II case, has written a new book covering scandals in the Vatican. He alleges sexual abuse of a minor took place at a seminary within Vatican City, and that Mother Teresa’s account at the Vatican Bank was so large, the institution would have defaulted if she removed the money.

  • Journalist prosecuted for ‘Vatileaks’ scandal pens new book

    Journalist prosecuted for ‘Vatileaks’ scandal pens new book

    • Oct 31, 2017

    Gianluigi Nuzzi’s “Original Sin: Secret Accounts, Hidden Truths, Blackmail and the Forces Blocking Pope Francis’s Revolution” hits bookshelves in Italy and France on Nov. 9. Nuzzi and fellow journalist Emmanuele Fittipaldi were put on trial in a Vatican court in 2015 after both published books based on leaked documents from a Vatican commission looking into the Church’s finances.