We have no idea what oddsmakers in 'Vegas would say to the chances of the Holy See being seen in Gucci sunglasses, or spotted wearing Prada loafers to boot, and commissioning a new, top-secret cologne, as the papal nose knows quality, nay? And yea, a lot has come to pass, in that pass of time. In more than 2-thousand years of acquiring wealth and property of all kinds, it is likely his holiness can afford it, have a tiny reward on this Earth.
The Catholic Church's precise wealth is unknown -- their specialists, truly, are often quoted saying, "Only God knows" -- but it's likely on the far side of eternally vast: One could safely bet on that, especially after the miracle of compounding kicked in, across all that immense slate of time. The rest of us try to have our prayers answered in much smaller ways. We have no special Prefecture for Economic Affairs to help us manage our holdings of liquid assets. There's scarcely a need for such intricate super-infrastructure in managing our liquid wealth: some juice, a little milk, a few pops, a couple beers.