VATICAN CITY (AFP) - Pope Benedict XVI’s former butler and another Vatican employee must stand trial for stealing and leaking confidential papers in the latest scandal to afflict the Catholic Church, a magistrate ruled Monday. Paolo Gabriele, who was arrested in May on suspicion of stealing secret documents from the pope’s office and leaking them to journalists, is accused of “aggravated theft.” Judge Piero Bonnet also charged Claudio Sciarpelletti, an analyst and programmer in the Vatican state secretariat, with complicity. Sciarpelletti’s name had not been disclosed before. Gabriele risks up to six years in prison. The Vatican has said the trial will not take place until October at the earliest.