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Pope Francis greets Nancy Gibbs, editorial director of Time Inc News Group, and Alan Murray, editor-in-chief of Fortune (CNS)

Richard Branson and other business leaders met in Rome for the Fortune-Time Global Forum

Pope Francis (AP)

Francis sent a written message to a meeting of treasurers of religious orders

Pope Francis delivers his speech an audience with representatives of the popular movements at the Vatican (AP)

The Pope told charities to guard against corruption, greed and extravagance

The Bank of England has cut interest rates (PA)

Debtors need our help

What practical measures can the Church take to help those who cannot pay their bills, and whose only recourse is to loan sharks or crime?

The Bulgarian Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia (PA)

The Church needs a better response to the Sunni-Shia war and and global poverty

Australian Cardinal George Pell, prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy (CNS)

A reorganisation of the oversight of the Vatican’s financial affairs was announced on Saturday

Catholics have always been prepared to give when the request is rooted in people, relationships and mission  (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

I have helped dozens of Catholic Charities and non-profits ignite their missions by improving how they fundraise

Pope Francis talks during a meditation on mercy at St Paul Outside the Walls Basilica, in Rome (AP)

Francis was speaking to the national directors of the pontifical mission societies at a meeting in Rome

The 'Vatileaks' trial in session ((L'Osservatore Romano/AP)

Nicola Maio said he was put under ‘psychological pressure’ while working on the commission set up to investigate Vatican finances

The Mossack Fonseca law firm, at the The Arango Orillac Building, in Panama City (AP)

The sheer volume of the Panama Papers will not only ensure that this saga will run and run, but it will also provide protection for many of those involved