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Papal encouragement to Italian judges to fight corruption

April 11, 2022

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CWN Editor's Note: On April 8, Pope Francis received members of Italy’s High Council of the Judiciary. In his address, the Pope said that “credibility of testimony, love for justice, authority, independence from other constituted powers and a loyal pluralism of positions are the antidotes to prevent political influences, inefficiencies and various dishonesty from prevailing.”

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  • Posted by: feedback - Apr. 11, 2022 9:19 AM ET USA

    It's a good message to someone not familiar with the current slew of Vatican's own corruption scandals. Otherwise it sounds like something better suited to be delivered on April 1.