VATICAN CITY—If you haven’t paid the licensing fees for selling your pope-themed shower curtains and key chains, the Vatican wants to know about it.

The Coordination Center for the Protection of Images and Coats of Arms, known by its Italian abbreviation CCTIS, consists of two lawyers who work on the frescoed Third Loggia of the Apostolic Palace—the Vatican’s equivalent of the West Wing.

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