VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope Benedict is urging banks to help
families experiencing financial problems.
Benedict says banks should support the weakest in society while also spurring productivity.
The pontiff was speaking at his weekly audience, which included
officials from an Italian credit bank.
The pope and other Vatican officials have been speaking out frequently about the global financial meltdown. Benedict has said the crisis shows the futility of focusing on money and ambition.
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