Archbishop involved in Vatican bank scandal didn’t leave behind millions
November 13, 2008
Archbishop Paul Marcinkus, the Chicago priest who rose to become Pro-President of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State until he was embroiled in a Vatican bank scandal, died in 2006 with $500,000 in assets, including a home worth $275,000, according to a Chicago television news report. Most of his estate was bequeathed to Church agencies in Chicago and Lithuania.
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