Mafia is Ex-Communicated Declares Pope Francis

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VATICAN CITY (Worthy News)-- Pope Francis targeted Italy's most dangerous crime organizations, the Mafia, stating the "Mafiosi" and their actions were an example of the "adoration of evil" and any members of the crime syndicate were excommunicated from the Catholic Church.

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