Death is never a topic of rejoice, well at least it never should be. On a Monday morning in July, Mario Cal, the administrator at San Raffaele hospital in Milan, Italy, committed suicide. The official report is that Cal was in distress due to financial troubles. The hospital was in debt due to “bad investments and profligate expenses unrelated to medical care.” The story of the man’s tragic death was not spread widely-known until the Vatican was linked to the hospital. Apparently, the Vatican Bank offered the hospital €250m to help suppress the debts.