More trouble for the Vatican, but this time it's a financial matter, not a sexual one.  Italian officials have siezed a bit over $30 million from the Vatican Bank's funds early this morning as part of an investigation of its two most powerful people into moey laundering.  Police seized the money from the Rome branch of Credito Artigiano Spa and relocated it to JP Morgan in Frankfurt, Germany and Italy's Banca del Fucino.  It appears that the Vatican can't supply the source of the money to investigators, who aren't yet filing criminal charges but are saying that some transactions seem to not have been reported.  The Vatican Bank doesn't work like regular banks and is not open to the public.  It provides payroll services and banking services to employees of the Vatican, as well as handling funds for religious charity organizations.