Rev Franklin Graham says the Catholic Church must be "very, very careful" in deciding whether to change the wording of the Lord's Prayer. The US evangelist spoke amid plans by Italian bishops for a new version which would read "do not abandon us to temptation" instead of "lead us not into temptation".Speaking to Fox News Channel, the 66-year-old said: "There possibly could be a translation error with that one word. I don't know. "I'm still going to say it the way that I memorised it as a boy, that my mother taught me. "The pope may have a point, here. Let's see..." Last December, Pope Francis described the current wording as "not a good translation" - arguing Satan leads people into temptation, not God.