Tag Archives: Cardinal George Pell

Francis Formally Strips Secretariat Of State Of Assets

Signing a “law,” Francis formally stripped the Vatican’s Secretariat of State headed by Cardinal Parolin of its financial and real estate assets. The move follows a bungled management of hundreds of millions of euros and investments that are now subject of a … Continue reading

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Persecution of Cardinal George Pell

[Comment: The rest of the team at CP&S thank our Australian collaborator, Crow, who has written this excellent and well researched article on the outrageous treatment of Cdl. George Pell by the High Court of Australia and the secular media. … Continue reading

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Cardinal Becciu said to have ‘stolen funds to bribe witnesses’ in sex abuse case against rival George Pell

By Tom Kington, Rome, Sunday October 04, at The Times: A senior Catholic cardinal has been accused of using €700,000 of Vatican funds to bribe witnesses to secure a sex abuse conviction against a rival. Italian media have reported that Cardinal … Continue reading

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Cardinal Pell to return to Rome this week

Rome Newsroom, Sep 27, 2020 / 09:10 am MT (CNA): Cardinal George Pell is set to return to Rome on Tuesday, his first time back in the Vatican since 2017, when he took a leave of absence from his role … Continue reading

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Full Cardinal Pell Interview with Andrew Bolt

Cardinal George Pell has revealed he is ashamed of the Catholic Church for the way it dealt with the “cancer” of child sex abuse in the past. In an exclusive world-first televised interview with Sky News Australia presenter Andrew Bolt, … Continue reading

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The Enduring Lesson of the Persecution of Cardinal Pell

By Father Raymond J. de Souza at the National Catholic Register:   The emphatic acquittal Tuesday of Cardinal George Pell by Australia’s High Court is a moment of opportunity and testing for the Church in Australia. Will they meet the … Continue reading

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Cardinal Pell, the Living Martyr

  by Fr Mark Withoos on CRISIS MAGAZINE A cardinal, a Prince of the Church, remains locked up in a small cell, separated from all, locked in, and without access to the sacraments. No, this is not coronavirus, and this … Continue reading

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Pell’s lawyers make final case in High Court appeal

Canberra, Australia, Mar 10, 2020 / 11:30 pm CNA: The legal team for Cardinal George Pell laid out their case for appeal before Australia’s High Court Wednesday. Pell himself remained in his prison cell, not permitted at the proceedings, while … Continue reading

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9 Days from Final Appeal, Novena for Cardinal Pell Begins

By Edward Pentin at the National Catholic Register: VATICAN CITY — As Cardinal George Pell’s final appeal at Australia’s High Court draws closer, a special novena has been prepared that begins today. The prayer, published below, originates from Newman parish … Continue reading

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Cardinal George Pell’s Letter from Prison to his Supporters

Comment:  Two days ago we received a copy of this Pastoral Letter below – written by Cdl. George Pell to his supporters – from one of CP&S’  faithful Australian blog followers. At the time we were asked to keep the … Continue reading

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Questions Persist About Vatican Finances

By Edward Pentin at the National Catholic Register:   VATICAN CITY — By October 2016, two years into his term as prefect of the Vatican’s Secretariat for the Economy, Cardinal George Pell had become aware of a Vatican dicastery handling … Continue reading

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After-Birth Abortion: Cardinal George Pell.

Note: Whilst preparing this I looked for the article in the Journal of Medical Ethics. The paper on after-birth abortion referred to was by Australians  Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva. Mysteriously, their article has ‘disappeared’ from the on-line version of … Continue reading

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