The Pope's butler and another Vatican employee are set to stand trial.
It's over an scandal involving documents pinched from Pope Benedict the 16th's private apartment.
Butler Paolo Gabriele who's been under house arrest since May at the Vatican - has been charged with grand theft.
Italy correspondent Jo McKenna says he is accused of stealing and leaking documents and letters.
"Which he took from the Pope's office. They've been published in a book here in Italy - it's caused quite a storm. Today we learned he also admitted to stealing other items including a cheque the Pope was due to receive for a 100,000 euros.
"Gabriele says that his motivation, he's told investigators was to clean up what he called evil and corruption in the Vatican."
The Vatican is promising it will be a public trial.
Layman Claudio Sciarpelletti, a layman in the Secretariat of State office, is charged with aiding and abetting Gabrielle.