Correspondent John L Allen discusses with PBS the significance of Pope Francis' meeting with abuse victims, and how Cardinal Pell hopes to restore boringness to the Vatican's financial affairs.
Vatican officials announced this week that Pope Francis will replace top management at the Vatican bank, plagued for years by scandals involving corruption, money laundering and mismanagement. Hari Sreenivasan of PBS talks to John Allen of The Boston Globe about the Pope's new strategy for reforming the bank, as well as the Pontiff's recent meeting with victims of sexual abuse.
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