Priest accuses parishioners of smuggling sermons
An Italian priest has complained about his fellow priests who he's accused of copying his sermons.
He claims "unknown parishoners" in his church are jotting down his sermons and distributing them to other priests in the Archdiocese of Milan.
The priest, a former professor with the Catholic University, says he's "really indignant about unoriginal people who smuggle sermons".
Il Giorno newspaper reports that the priest, Don Pietro Zauma, from the parish of San Maurizio, had obtained a photocopy of one of his own sermons on the "black market".
Archdiocese of Milan