Archbishop Angelo Becciu, number two in the Vatican's powerful Secretariat of State, said Cavalcoli's comments were “offensive to believers and disgraceful for non-believers”.
Becciu asked for forgiveness from victims of the earthquake and assured them they had the “solidarity and support” of Pope Francis.
The radio station also distanced itself from Cavalcoli’s views.
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