Targeting fake papal news

VATICAN (CNS): When Pope Francis speaks unguardedly, “there is a risk that some of his expressions can be manipulated or interpreted incorrectly,” investigative journalist for the Italian Catholic newspaper, Avvenire, Nello Scavo, explains.
 
From the moment of his election, Pope Francis’ down-to-earth way of communicating the gospel has led to countless front-page headlines either praising or criticising him.
 
But his disarming and sometimes even blunt style has also meant he has become a popular target of fake news.
 
In fact, there is enough of it out there to fill a book.
 
“I absolutely think he should not change his style,” Scavo says.
 
“Every priest...