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Vatican bank launches website

Catholic World News - August 01, 2013

In an effort to promote transparency, the Institute for the Works of Religion (IOR), popularly known as the Vatican bank, has launched a website.

“It is an important part of transparency to launch a website,” Ernst von Freyberg, the Institute’s president, said in an interview with Vatican Radio.

He added that the Institute’s employees are working to make the IOR a “transparent, efficient, completely compliant institute following the highest regulatory and professional standards.”

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