Leaks Have Vatican in Uproar

    VATICAN CITY, VATICAN - APRIL 04: Pope Benedict XVI delivers his Easter 'Urbi et Orbi' blessing from the central balcony of St Peter's Basilica on April 04, 2010 in Vatican City, Vatican. The Urbi et Orbi is a blessing and message delivered twice-yearly to the City and the World in 63 languages.(Photo by  L'Osservatore Romano - Vatican Pool/Getty Images)

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    There’s no such thing as papal unflappability. Church officials at the Vatican struggled this week as the pope’s personal butler was detained in an ongoing investigation into the leak of church documents. Efforts to show that the Holy See is serious about financial transparency suffered further when the head of the Vatican bank was ousted Thursday, with the bank’s board issuing a letter citing Gotti Tedeschi’s poor management and “progressively erratic personal behavior” as the reasons for his dismissal. The butler, 46-year-old Paolo Gabriele, remains in Vatican custody Sunday. The father of three was detained Wednesday when investigators discovered sensitive documents in his apartment.

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