VATICAN CITY —A Vatican court on Saturday convicted a Holy See computer technician of helping the former papal butler in the embarrassing leak of confidential papal documents and gave him a two-month suspended sentence in the last trial in the scandal.

Claudio Sciarpelletti, a 48-year-old Italian who is a computer program analyst in the Vatican’s Secretariat of State, testified that he had played no role in helping to leak the documents, which later formed the core of an Italian journalist’s book alleging corruption in high ranks of the Vatican bureaucracy.