On “EWTN News Nightly” tonight: Pope Francis approves new statutes for the Vatican bank intended to prevent corruption. EWTN Rome Bureau Chief Alan Holdren breaks down these reforms and the purpose of the bank. Plus: Jeffrey Epstein’s abrupt death has prompted some to suspect foul play. John Gizzi, White House correspondent for Newsmax, examines the death and what happens to the investigation. Also: Federal officials are looking at Connecticut’s policy allowing transgender athletes to compete as the gender they identify. Christina Holcomb, lawyer with Alliance Defending Freedom, explains why she says this is an issue of fairness. And: As protests continue in Hong Kong, we have analysis from author Gordon Chang.