Today's structures of sin include repeated tax cuts for the richest people, often justified in the name of investment and development.
Bergoglio did not mention what category of sin advocacy for tax cuts falls under – venial or mortal.
Maybe the details of how such a policy ranks in offending Divine Justice will be hammered out at the upcoming Economy of Francesco Commie confab!
In Bergoglio's collectivist mind, those who try and keep their wealth from the ravenous demands of the State are somehow denying the poor their just due:
Every year hundreds of billions of dollars, which should be paid in taxes to fund health care and education, accumulate in tax haven accounts, thus impeding the possibility of the dignified and sustained development of all social agents.