Reuters is reporting that:
Pope Francis said on Saturday it pained him to see priests driving flashy cars, and told them to pick something more "humble". ...
"It hurts me when I see a priest or a nun with the latest model car, you can't do this," he said.
At first this struck me as a rather silly thing for the Pontiff to be worried about, given the serious problems on his plate, but then I was reminded of the Biblical aphorism: "Anyone who is trustworthy in little things is trustworthy in great; anyone who is dishonest in little things is dishonest in great." Maybe even priests need to start small.