The Vatican had music which was forbidden to be copied and was only played twice per year. The piece was kept secret for almost 150 years until a 14 year old Mozart listened to it and transcribed it from memory.
In 1981, a Turkish man shot Pope John Paul II four times but didn’t kill him. After the Pope recovered, he visited the assassin in prison & forgave him. The assassin was pardoned at the Pope’s request and 33 years after his crime, he visited Vatican City and laid flowers on the Pope’s tomb. source
friendly reminder that a 14-year old Mozart used his perfect pitch to illegally transcribe and smuggle music (that was only played once a year because it was deemed too complex for mortals) out of the Vatican City.